Fisher was on pace for 4 flat INDOORS before tripping up. He is clearly the overall better runner with all of his accolades and is actually high school age. Besides, with Maton making all these record attempts now, he'll probably be burnt out by the time the Dream Mile rolls around. Factor in Fisher's superior instincts and Stanford brain, and he'll do what he always does: run a smart race for the win. There's no way the Dream Mile goes sub-4 anyway, so it's going to be about race savvy, not prs.
Leave it to Flotrack to hype a no-contest.