Ranking The Top Olympic-Eligible Players For The U.S. Men’s National Team

Kicking it Off

With qualifying matches for the 2020 Olympics right around the corner, it makes sense to do a deep-dive into the potential player pool. Club commitments/worries/issues make it nearly impossible to craft a complete roster for the Olympics. It’s very conceivable to believe that some of the more high-profile guys won’t be allowed to participate in the Olympics.

With that said, this piece is speaking more to the ever-growing talent base within the United States. It also illustrates what appears to be an exceptionally bright future. Never before has the United States boasted this level of young talent playing either abroad or domestically.

As you’ll see reading this piece, there are a number of potentially transcendent players ready to help the senior team grow immediately. As they say, the kids are coming…

Honorable mentions: Kobe Hernandez-Foster, Michael Edwards, Sebastian Saucedo, Jose Gallegos, Folarin Balogun, Chituru Odunze, Jeremy Ebobisse, Brandon Servania, Owen Otasowie, Chris Durkin, Matthew Hoppe, Aaron Herrera, Justen Glad, Jonathan Amon, Djordje Mihailovic, Brenden Aaronson, Niko Gioacchini, Hassani Dotson, Cameron Harper, Jonathan Lewis, Alan Soñora, Charlie Kelman, Ricardo Pepi, Keaton Parks, Edwin Cerrillo

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