Can any 2022 draftees make the USMNT?

by Travis Clark
January 14, 2022
Can any 2022 draftees make the USMNT?

Even as the pathway from college soccer to MLS remains a narrow one, it is still supply players to the U.S. men’s national team.

Top five draft picks Daryl Dike and Henry Kessler from two years ago have already earned caps with the full team.

There are others from over the past few years in a current camp: Walker Zimmerman, Matt Turner, Aaron Long, Miles Robinson, DeJuan Jones, Cristian Roldan and Jackson Yueill to name a few more.

So in the wake of this week’s draft, which players selected have the potential to play at the international level? It’s not going to come in 2022, with the U.S. finishing qualifying this year and aiming to clinch a spot in Qatar. Tuesday’s draftees are going to be much more focused on

Here are a handful of the top candidates.

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