Orange County class of 2020 future phenom -- is one of the top all-around athletes in the sunshine state. He shines on offense, defense, special teams and even inside of the classroom -- sporting a 3.2 weighted grade point average.
Dylan, wasn't a stranger to the end zone this season. The jack-of-all-trades lined up at quarterback, running back, wide receiver and defensive back. He was responsible for 31 - touchdowns this season.
Dylan averaged three touchdowns per game this season and played a big role helping his team capture the Mid-Florida Conference championship. He also fueld his team to the Pop Warner Division One Southeastern Regional Championship losing to the later, Pop Warner National Champions-- the Gwen Cherry Bulls (Miami, FL).
The 5-foot-6, 140lbs athlete -- was the first person to score on the bulls defense all season and picked off a pass as well lining up at defensive back. He found the end zone from five different ways consisting of rushing, passing, receiving, pick six and fumble returns.
On defense, he was always around the ball. Leading his team with 6 - interceptions. He recorded over 1, 500 all-purpose yards and was the athlete everyone game planned for. He also dominates competition outside of Orange County. Listen to this youth football resume: He was selected to the FBU All-Star Bowl, Future Stars: Florida vs. Georgia All-Star Bowl, Diamond All-American Bowl, Brett Cooper Academic All-American Bowl, Offense-Defense All-American Bowl and the Next Generation Youth Bowl.
Whether if it's a pigskin or pencil in his hands, expect this young man to perform, no matter the location or talent pool. Dispite his accomplishments, he's still somewhat of an unsung athlete and he hopes his 3.2 GPA and football resume, can get him accepted into Bishop Moore Catholic High School this upcoming fall.