- Dedric Dukes
- Miami, Fla.
- 0 lbs.
- Booker T. Washington
2013: Two-time NCAA Champion in 2013, anchoring the Florida menís 4x1 to victory in 38.53 and racing the third leg of the menís 4x4, clinching the NCAA team title in 3:01.34 Ö Three-time All-American outdoors, earning Second Team honors in the menís 200 meters Ö Was the meet MVP and set the meet record and then-personal best in the menís 200m with a time of 20.95 and also competed in the menís 4x400 relay at the Husker Invitational Ö Placed second with a then-PR of 20.70 in the menís 200m at the SEC Indoor Championship and also placed second in the menís 4x4 relay with a season-best 3:04.31 at the SEC Indoor Championship Ö Claimed fifth in the menís 200m final with a personal-best time of 20.70 and finished second as a member of the menís 4x4 with a season-best time of 3:03.71 at NCAA Indoor Championship ÖCaptured the menís 400m title with a time of 47.22 and claimed first in the menís 200m with a time of 21.08 at the Virginia Tech Elite Meet Ö Ran third leg for the menís 4x400 team that captured a then-season best and world-leading time of 3:05.93 at the Razorback Invitational.
2012: Ran opening leg of NCAA Champion 4x400-meter relay at outdoor meet, earning All-America honors Ö Two-time Southeastern Conference Menís Runner of the Week as a member of the menís 4x400 meter relay and menís 4x100 meter relay Ö SEC Outdoor champion in the menís 4x400 meter relay Ö Drake Relays and Pepsi Florida Relays champion in 4x400 meter relay Ö Competed in the menís 200 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
HIGH SCHOOL/PREP: Nationís No. 6 ranked 400-meter runner, according to DyeStat (46.61) Ö Nationís sixth-ranked 200m runner (20.88) under all conditions and has a personal record of 100m runner (10.60) Ö A part of a gold-medal winning medley relay team at the 2009 World Youth Championships in Bressanone, Italy, where they set a world-youth best time of 1:50.33.