4-star OLB Dylan Stephenson names his top schools
Four-star class of 2024 pass rusher Dylan Stephenson has named his top 10 schools. Stephenson is ranked as the No. 92 recruit in the junior class. The four-star is the No. 8 player at his position and the No. 16 recruit in Florida.
Stephenson’s top schools are Georgia, Miami, Nebraska, Florida State, Auburn, Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, Tennessee, and Louisville.
The Georgia Bulldogs offered a scholarship to the highly-touted edge rusher in May 2022. Kirby Smart and Georgia are always looking for players who can get after the quarterback.
Dylan Stephenson is a four-star recruit that plays high school football for Columbus High School in Miami, Florida. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound edge rusher would likely project as a 3-4 outside linebacker in Georgia’s defensive scheme.
The Columbus star is a good student (3.6 GPA per his Twitter account) and has already committed to playing in the 2024 NBC All-American Bowl. Stephenson previously played high school football for Killian High School.
The four-star pass rusher has an array of scholarship offers from top programs like Michigan, Louisville, Miami, Auburn, Nebraska, Tennessee, and more. Stephenson has taken recent visits to Tennessee, Miami, and Florida State.
Dylan Stephenson is an explosive athlete with a lengthy frame. He announced his top schools via On3:
🚨NEW🚨 2024 4-star EDGE Dylan Stephenson has narrowed his list to 10👀
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— On3 Recruits (@On3Recruits) January 6, 2023
Georgia outside linebackers coach Chidera Uzo-Diribe is playing an important role in recruiting the four-star edge rusher.
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