A quartet of college and club standouts have all turned pro with the New England Revolution II, the MLS franchise's side that competes in USL League One.
Midfielder Colby Quinones is the lone player from the Revolution Academy to sign a contract, joining the Revolution II after spending the bulk of 2020 playing in the USL League One. The Bedford, New Hampshire native made 14 appearances, and played more than 1,000 minutes in the team's first year in the competition. He joined the academy for the 2017-18 season, making 65 appearances in the Development Academy.
The club also signed goalkeeper Marzuq Puckerin, a member of the U.S. Under-17 MNT player pool for the 2019 World Cup cycle. Previously with Atlanta United's Academy, Puckerin also played for FC Boston Bolts in the Development Academy. The Cambridge, Massachusetts native returns home to begin his professional career.
Two college seniors join the Revolution II. Sean O'Hearn played 62 games for the Georgetown Hoyas, winning the 2019 National Championship last fall. Wake Forest center back Michael DeShields also joined, after sitting out the bulk of the 2020 fall season due to an injury suffered in an exhibition game against Pitt.