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2013 id2 National Selection International Tour

The 2013 id2 National Selection International Tour to Spain included hard-fought matches against youth academy teams from Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Girona FC, the experience of life abroad and a chance to see some of the sport’s top professionals play during a LaLiga match at Barcelona’s famous L’Estadi Camp Nou. The roster consisted of 17 players born in 1999 and one born in 2000.

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where are they now?

Player Name Accolades College/Pro Club
Tyler Adams Played with NY Red Bulls before transitioning to Bundesliga club RB Leipzig; just recently extended his contract with RB Leipzig until 2025; US National Team experience. RB Leipzig
Andrew Aprahamian Appeared in 32 games in two years at Stanford; 2017 NCAA National Champion; US Youth National Team experience. Stanford
Carlos Avilez Signed a homegrown contract with FC Dallas in 2017 and was signed by North Texas SC in 2019; started 20 games for North Texas FC in 2019; signed by FC Dallas in June 2020 North Texas FC/FC Dallas
Omar Beltran US Youth National team experience Unknown
Josh Burnett Appeared in 37 games over two years at Uconn; selected to AAC All-Rookie Team as a freshman in 2017; competed for the U17 Trinidad National Team; US Youth National Team experience. University of Connecticut
Jose Carranza Signed first professional contract with North Carolina FC in 2017; US Youth National Team experience. North Carolina FC (free agent)
Lucas del Rosario Appeared in 32 games in three years at North Carolina; US Youth National Team experience. North Carolina
Jonathan Gonzalez Signed for Mexican club C.F. Monterrey in 2014 and was promoted to first-team in 2017; US and Mexican Youth National Team experience. C.F. Monterrey
Kyle Gruno Played for Leicester City F.C. and is currently rostered by the Treasure Coast Tritons; US Youth National Team experience. Treasure Coast Tritons
Edwin Lara Was named one of the 60 best young players by The Guardian in 2016; plays for Club León on loan from Pachuca. Club León
Anthony Markanich Appeared in and started in 35 matches in two years at Northern Illinois University; named to All-MAC Second Team as a freshman. Northern Illinois University
Trey Muse Played two years at Indiana University; named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team; named Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year and MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist as a sophomore; signed a homegrown contract with Seattle Sounders FC in 2019; U18 US Youth National Team experience. Indiana/Seattle Sounders FC
Will Rojas Player status unknown; please contact US Club soccer with any information. Unknown
Cody Sundquist Appeared in 25 games in two seasons at UCLA; U14, U15 and U18 US Youth National Team experience. UCLA
Nick Taitague Signed a short-term amateur contract with Carolina RailHawks in 2016; signed with FC Schalke 04 in 2017; US Youth National Team experience. FC Schalke 04 II
Adolfo Trujillo In 2015, Trujillo had a two-week tryout with Liverpool before coming back to the San Jose Earthquakes' academy. San Jose Earthquakes Academy
Samuel Vines Spent time with the Charlotte Independence in 2017 before signing a homegrown contract with the Colorado Rapids in 2018; loaned back out to Charlotte in 2018; US Youth and Senior National Team experience. Colorado Rapids
Timothy Weah Signed with Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 and spent time on the youth side before being traded to Scottish club Celtic F.C.; son of 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year, George Weah; member of the US National Team. Lille OSC