Kolby Listenbee. Ronnie Baker. Those were just two of the fastest names on the TCU track team in the past couple seasons.
Here's a name to keep an eye on this season: Jalen Miller.
He's a senior from Tunica, Miss., and he didn't start running track until 11th grade. Now he's one of the fastest dudes in the country.
It's nice to be on to start the new year. Jalen Miller leads the NCAA in the 60m (6.68). #GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/xCU1SLUEK0— TCU Track & Field (@TCUTrackField) December 19, 2016
Miller ran that 6.68-second 60-meter dash a couple weeks ago at the Reveille Invitational in College Station, slotting at No. 1 in the NCAA. Check it out:
Jalen Miller is back!! In his first race since 2015, he logged a first-place time of 6.68 in the 60m! #GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/krwvf5gqIZ— TCU Track & Field (@TCUTrackField) December 10, 2016
The next event is the Texas A&M Invitational on Jan. 20 (yeah, Aggieland again). If Miller is fast enough, maybe he can play wide receiver?