I've known him since he was 13. His dad really thinks the 400h would be his best event. I'd love to see him give it a shot, but it's got to be hard to shift his focus away from the 110s when he is running away from gold medalists. Besides Ashton Eaton, I can't think of someone recently who was world class in 4 very different events at the same time (110h, LJ, 400, 400h).
If he doesn't win the Bowerman going away, it will be the biggest travesty since Ches didn't get it.
I guess it's easy to say now, but I kind of saw this coming. What's scary about running that fast in the 60 is in the 110s, he is better in the second half of the race. This dude can run all of the sprints, long jump and of course hurdle. The male equivalent to Sydney Mac. I saw him split 44x, I would love to see him run the 400h.