They have Jordan Hasay winning the women's 3000.
After her blow-up at Millrose, I sadly dont see her winning ANYthing!!
My crystal ball doesn't work any better than yours, but here's another way of interpreting Hasay's "blow-up" at Millrose, and her 2013 indoor season so far:
1. That 4:36 at Millrose is her 2nd fastest indoor mile. She's run several, so we do have something to compare. Her indoor mile PB is 4:33. So, in the context of her history of this event indoors, and given that she's moving up in distance, that 4:36 is not a "blow-up." Rather, merely outclassed by faster milers. Even had she run = her PB (i.e., 4:33) at Millrose, she would have been outclassed.
2. She ran this 4:36 in the process of building toward longer distances -- 10km outdoor -- as she stated earlier. Not a bad time in the context of her transition in distance.
3. Regarding that move up in distance, she has run a PB of 8:57 at 3k this winter. Granted it was on a 300m track, but it's a big step forward from her previous indoor PB of 9:13. That strongly suggests improvement, I would think.
4. She also has run 15:46 this winter. That's her first indoor 5km, so no (indoor) comparisons at this distance, but it's in the range of her better outdoor 5k times.
So, I don't know if she's going to win the 3k at NCAA, but she seems a viable candidate to suggest.