The young prince made his first public claim on the throne this week.
The highly anticipated 2021 boys IMG Top 150 class dropped for the first time on TopDrawerSoccer.com this week, opening up a brand new pool of players we’ll travel with on the club scene for the next four years. The ratings will shift and turn over that time, until the class finds its terminus in 2021 and spills out fully into either professional or college soccer. Until then, we have a load of analysis, camps and tournament performances to pour over. We’re in this one for the long haul.
The big news, of course, was in the No. 1, Giovanni Reyna, the son of U.S. Soccer royalty Claudio. But there’s plenty more to analyze and break down from what could prove to be a paradigm-shifting class when it’s all said and done. So with all that in mind, here’s an inside analysis on what this class looks like now, and what it could be in several years’ time.
So without further ado, let’s dip into the historic first 2021 boys class and see what we can find. Shall we?