David Kerr developed a top 50 U20 players list of the kids that will make up the core of our U20 and U17 youth teams of the near future.

We have taken a look at the 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 youth national team age groups.  This group will lead the u20 World Cup and u17 World Cup squads. We looked at the players with high potential, the best-23 for each age group, as well as a top 25 ranking for each age group.  All of these age groups comprise the core of the u20 World Cup (2001, 2002, 2003) and u17 World Cup (2004, 2005) cycles.  These five age groups will also comprise the 2024 Olympic cycle where the United States could be a dark horse tournament favorite.  

FIFA U20 World Cup rules require eligible players to be born on or after January 1, 2001 to be considered for the U20 tournament.

We have taken a look at the 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 youth national team age groups.  This group will lead the u20 World Cup and u17 World Cup squads. We looked at the players with high potential, the best-23 for each age group, as well as a top 25 ranking for each age group.  All of these age groups comprise the core of the u20 World Cup (2001, 2002, 2003) and u17 World Cup (2004, 2005) cycles.  These five age groups will also comprise the 2024 Olympic cycle where the United States could be a dark horse tournament favorite. 


https://chasingacup.com/ranking-the-top-50-american-under-20-talents/

Numbers 50-21 Top 50 U20

 Number 50: Bobby Pierre (15:00)

Number 40: Kenan Hot (26:22)

Number 30: Caden Clark (48:07)

Numbers 20-1 Top 50 U20

Number 20: Bryang Kayo (0:33)

Number 10: Konrad de la Fuente (21:10)