Dylan started playing competitive soccer at a young age and was recruited to the Olympic Development Program (ODP) at the age of 10. He was voted soccer MVP at his middle school three years in a row before being called up to compete for the youth National team from 2010-2012, traveling to Mexico in January 2010 with the national program.
Junior Zane Rojas has committed to West Point to play soccer. The Friars left back said, "I chose West Point because it has been a dream of mine to go there since elementary school. West Point offers an opportunity that no other colleges can. I felt the blend of top level academics and division 1 soccer fit me perfectly."