There has been an impressive influx of first-year talent into men's Division I soccer this year.
While high-end American talent continues to pursue pro careers earlier and earlier, college soccer has still been the beneficiary of exciting domestic talent.
That's highlighted in this week's release of the TopDrawerSoccer.com Top 100 Freshman rankings, looking at some of the top freshman talent in the country.
Wake Forest's Brandon Servania sits atop the rankings after a stellar start to his collegiate career. A starter at the opening day of the season, Servania's scored two goals and eight assists. He missed a couple of games last week to compete in a training camp with the U.S. U18 Men's National Team.
Nipping on the heels of Servania is Indiana's Griffin Dorsey. The Colorado Rush product has two goals and five assists in 12 games.