With the NCAA ban on Division I recruiting events extended through the end of September, there are going to be limited opportunities for players to compete in front of coaches.
TopDrawerSoccer will seek to feature highlights of players from around the country looking to latch on with a college soccer program. If you are interested in being featured, please check out the details on how to submit information and video to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today's featured player is Seth Anderson, a forward from Quincy, Illinois. Anderson plays for St. Louis Scott Gallagher's 2002 elite team and for Quincy Notre Dame High School. As a freshman in 2017, he scored the most goals for a first-year player on his varsity team, and is only 20 goals away from being top-scorer at his school despite having only played two years due to an ACL injury as a sophomore. Check out his highlights from the 2019 fall high school soccer season below.