Dylan Stewart

  • Pos Edge
  • Height 6-5
  • Weight 245

Prospect Info

  • High School Friendship Collegiate Academy
  • City Washington, DC
  • Exp 2024 - ...

South Carolina Gamecocks

  • Jersey #6
  • Class FR

As a Prospect

  • Class 2024
  • Committed 8/1/2023
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H.S. Scouting Report

2 evaluations

Evaluated 01/03/2024

Andrew Ivins
Andrew Ivins Director of Scouting

Reminds Us Of

Quay Walker Green Bay Packers

Rare physical specimen with the athleticism to be weaponized as a game-wrecker up front. Spent much of prep career operating out of a two-point stance, but was also deployed at times as an inside linebacker. Size hasn’t been third party verified in a few years, but looked almost like an NFL player during practices for the Under Armour All-America Game with a chiseled frame that’s believed to be hovering somewhere around 6-foot-5, 250 pounds. Has displayed the ability to win with both speed and power out on the edge. Bends better than most his size and can find leverage while attacking the corner. Suddenness constantly shows up on tape. So does his burst as he’s quick to close, and then finish on quarterbacks. Needs to get better with the hands, but has the brute strength to disengage. Could also improve overall pad level and get better at holding his ground. Should be viewed as one of the top edge players in the 2024 cycle. Can disappear here and there during stretches of play, but tends to come up big in key moments. Projects as a multi-year impact player at the Power Five level with the clay to be molded into an early-round NFL Draft pick. Likely to get strong consideration as a designated pass rusher, but could also be utilized in a variety of different roles depending on how the body matures as he can hang a little bit in coverage. Might be able to earn a spot in the rotation as a freshman with his build.

More Evaluations

  • Evaluated 02/15/2023 Brian Dohn National Recruiting Analyst Read

H.S. Athletic Background

2024: Totaled a sack, a TFL, a FF, a PBU and a QBH in the Under Armour All-America Game.
2023: Washington Post’s All-Metro Football Player of the Year. Lined up in multiple spots up front for a Friendship Collegiate Academy squad that went 11-2 and won the DCSAA Class AA state tournament. In the championship game, returned a fumble for a score. Credited with 76 tackles (24 TFL) and 12 sacks.
2022: Totaled 16 sacks, helping the Knights win a DCSAA Class AA title. All-Metro selection by The Washington Post.
-Andrew Ivins

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