The 5-foot-10, 185-pound senior set personal-best marks in four individual events and shared in a Class 5A-record relay clocking to help the Storm with the state team title. The state’s reigning Gatorade Football Player of the Year, Wysong won the 100- and 200-meter dash and took second in the long jump as well as the 400—the latter by a margin of 0.02 seconds. At the time of his selection, his runner-up leap of 23 feet, 2.25 inches in the long jump, which eclipsed the prior state class record, ranked No. 136 among 2021 prep competitors across the country. His wind-aided time of 10.55 seconds in the 100 was the fastest all-conditions clocking in the state this spring and ranked No. 139 nationally. Wysong ran the second leg on Cleveland’s 4x100-meter relay foursome that broke the tape in a record-setting 41.88, which ranks as the No. 5 all-class time in state history, according to MileSplit.com. He concluded his prep career ranked in the Top 30 of three events (all conditions) in New Mexico high school history, including No. 10 in the long jump, No. 11 in the 100 and No. 28 in the 400, according to MileSplit.com.
Wysong has maintained a 3.24 weighted GPA in the classroom. He has signed a National Letter of Intent to play football on scholarship this fall at the University of New Mexico, where he also hopes to compete in track and field.
A Rio Rancho Fire Department and Police Department Youth Volunteer, Wysong has donated his time locally as part of food-donation drives and he has volunteered on behalf of multiple community service initiatives through his church youth group.