Alongside Tim Howard, Seattle Sounders homegrown defender DeAndre Yedlin was the breakout U.S. star of this year's World Cup. In fact, some are pegging the 20-year-old phenom as the future of the USMNT. Besides his incredible performance off the bench against Belgium, Yedlin's memorable World Cup moments include setting up his Sounders teammate, Clint Dempsey, for a late goal in the team's 2-2 draw against Portugal. We caught up with Yedlin to talk about the craziest 96 hours of his life, rising through the MLS's development academy, and—of course—his crazy hairstyles. Check it out.