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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.



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. North Texas FC
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