With most of the top female collegiate sprinters returning this year (outside of Dejah Stephens, Kyra Jefferson, Chrisann Gordon, and Shakima Wimberly), the landscape of the NCAA Women's sprints is till pretty much intact from last years record setting season.

The high school graduating class of 2017 was regarded as one of the best classes as far as resume's and performances. Those talented seniors are now true freshman in the NCAA ...Who ya'll got making big splashes this year in the Women's sprints, hurdles, and relays?

Bleacher Reporter's Preview of the 2018 NCAA Women's Sprints and Relays: