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I have yet to see a Class of 2026 prospect as unguardable as Faison has proven to be in my early stages of evaluating the class. Leave a shortstick on him at your peril, but if you do, the likelihood of the ball winding up in the back of the net is rather high. Utilizing an unmatched first step, Dylan was a terror to keep up with scored at will off the dodge, routinely blowing by the slide and darting around the offensive zone with superb body control. He’s got excellent hands, too, and gets shots off in a hurry from a plethora of release points, putting on a show throughout the event and capping things off with a four-goal showing in the All-Star Game.
His older brother, Jordan, came to Notre Dame as a Top 50 player in his class and a two-star football recruit before going on to score three touchdowns during the regular season of his freshman year. Dylan is just as dynamic athletically but bigger than Jordan was at this stage and further along with his skill set, and we’re talking about a kid who was ranked 33rd in his class as a rising junior.