Quincy Hall is a young man who had a few struggles in high school( who hasn't had a few struggles) but he has gotten thru them and with the support of his mother, aau coach and high school coach he is now showing the rest of us what he is about on the track. I watched his 46.71 live in des moines a couple years ago and have seen his progress during the past 2 plus years. He is still a young man in this sport and has a lot left in his tank. He watched his fellow Raytown South alum ( Maurice Mitchell) have a great track career and I'm sure he would like to have the same if not more. Good luck to Quincy Hall this season and am waiting to see what he has to offer in his other event in track and field. He is a big time 400IH waiting to happen. He almost broke RGIII 's national 400IH record the same week up in Des Moines during that summer"sAAU Championships. Going to a Junior college no matter where it is in the USA shouldn't put a negative light of any of our track athletes. VCB,Doc Patton, along with many others have started at a junior college and have had great careers and are great human beings. His interview after the race this past Friday did him and his familyand,school(s) quite proud.