The U.S. Under-15 Boys’ National Team will travel to Zagreb, Croatia from May 5-16 for a training camp that includes a trio of international matches against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
Having previously served in the same capacity with the U-14 BNT, the camp and set of games will be the first for Clint Peay as head coach of the U-15 BNT.
Before beginning their three-match international slate, the U-15 BNT will first face Croatian club NK Velika Gorica on May 8. The USA then takes on Bosnia and Herzegovina on May 8 and 10, before closing out the camp with a friendly against Serbia on May 15.
These games mark the first international trip for this age group as well as the team’s first international matches abroad this cycle. The camp is the third gathering for the age group of players born in 2004, following domestic camps in Sunrise, Fla. and Chula Vista, Calif., earlier this year.
This age group is in the middle of its first of a two-year cycle that will culminate with the 2019 Concacaf U-15 Championship. After the two-year cycle ends, the group will transition to the U-17 MNT in 2020, forming the core of the team that will attempt to qualify for the 2021 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
DEFENDERS (7): Noah Allen (Weston FC; Pembroke Pines, Fla.), Brandan Craig (Philadelphia Union; Philadelphia, Pa.), Antonio Leone (Los Angeles Football Club; Long Beach, Calif.), Ryan Quintos (Sockers FC; Glen Ellyn, Ill.), Justin Reynolds (Chicago Fire; Chicago, Ill.), Levi Stephens (Internationals; Akron, Ohio), Devan Tanton (UE Cornella/ESP; Barcelona, Spain)
MIDFIELDERS (8): Juan Alvarez (Seattle Sounders FC; Tukwila, Wash.), Zach Booth (La Roca; Eden, Utah), Cesar Elizalde (FC Dallas; Little Elm, Texas), Kenan Hot (Players Development Academy; Lincroft, N.J.), Brendan Lambe (North Carolina FC Youth; Apex, N.C.), Rokas Pukstas (Oklahoma City Energy FC; Stillwater, Okla.), Allan Rodriguez Lopez (Indiana Fire Academy; Elkhart, Ind.), Evan Rotundo (San Diego Surf; La Mesa, Calif.)
FORWARDS (3): Austin Brummett (Seattle Sounders FC; Seattle, Wash.), Rafael Jauregui (Sacramento Republic FC; Rancho Cordova, Calif.), Korede Osundina (Crossfire Premier; Redmond, Wash.)