More than 650 fall- and winter-playing high school boys players made the cut for the Fall TeamSnap All-America Watch List, Winter TeamSnap All-America Watch List and the Spring TeamSnap All-America Watch List.
Players, through coaches recommendations and TopDrawerSoccer staff observations, will be added each week to the list as performances warrant. The only players that will be removed from the list will be athletes who are no longer playing high school soccer or sustain a season-ending injury that will take them out of all-state consideration.
The TeamSnap All-America teams are not announced until the end of the school year.
Here are recent performances and updates from players on the TeamSnap All-America Watch Lists:
* F Mario De Los Santos Valley View (Texas), Sr.: De Los Santos crossed the 50-goal mark for the season last week during a six-goal outing in Valley View's 8-0 win over Rio Grand Valley.
* MF Jack Fitton, Peachtree Ridge (Ga.), Sr.: A former Development Academy player, Fitton has joined Peachtree Ridge for the spring high school season and has two goals and five assists in five matches.
* MF Carlos Flores, Lamar (Texas), Sr.: The Midwestern State signee became Lamar's all-time leading goal scorer last week, tallying his 50th goal for the school. In addition, he already held the school record for career assists, which stands at 63.
* F Eric Mattice, Folsom (Calif.), Sr.: Although Mattice is the No. 2 goal scorer on Folsom's undefeted team, he has netted some important goals this season. Included in the key goals were both tallies in last week's 2-0 win over Granite Bay, which finished off a perfect 18-0 regular season record.
* D Ezrick Nicholls, Berkeley Prep (Fla.), Jr.: Nicholls helped Berkeley Prep to a state runner-up finish last week. Unfortunately for the Bucs, the only goal they allowed during the region and state tournaments was enough to put the team on the end of a 1-0 loss to West Shore in the state final. Nicholls has committed to North Carolina.
NOTE: The fall All-America watch list includes only players from high school teams that compete during the fall season. The inaugural Winter All-America watch list was released in November and includes players from the seven winter-playing states, and the inaugural Spring All-America watch list was released in February.