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Kyle Dal Santo is a goalkeeper in the making. Well, he's already a goalkeeper, and a talented one, but there's still a gap between what he is and what he could be - which is a good thing. The promising prospect, our No. 66 ranked player in the 2013 class, verbally committed to local SIU Edwardsville last week in a move that shows Dal Santo is also looking toward his future.
If Alex Bruder is representative of what the future of soccer looks like then take a long hard look ... and then immediately hit the gym. Bruder is one of the many young talents having made a recent commitment, giving her verbal to USC, and she's also a prime example of the game's athletic evolution.
Even before Marco Carrizales gave his commitment to SMU, he was completely invested in the program.
Erika Leal got her college commitment out of the way last summer; she still has more than a season left before she'll make it to Loyola Marymount in 2013, and yet, she has hardly taken her foot off the pedal.
From time to time, a program gets the unique opportunity to depart from the confines of its campus and head abroad during its spring season. In the Big East, the Georgetown men's program is abroad this week for a trip to Barcelona, getting a chance to play against two third-division Spanish teams and catch two Barcelona matches at the fabled Camp Nou.
Today's update features the arrival of recent commitments from 2014 girls. Clearly looking ahead, these standouts have made early choices about their college destination - and they're far from alone.
The 2013 Boys class is about to enter the heaviest of seasons when it comes to their recruiting process.
As you may have heard, our final 2012 Top 100 Girls Ranking update was released today. So in honor of the best seniors in the country we're declaring this the Top 100 edition of our commitment update. So let's examine our most recent signings/commits
The 2012 class of girls club soccer players is winding up its final competitive season.
With National Signing Day upon us, commitment updates are rolling in by the minute. Don't forget to join us tomorrow for our special coverage of Signing Day. For now, let's take a look at a rather large list of girls' commits.
The Wenger era lives on. As Duke's Andrew Wenger moves on to MLS, after becoming the first overall pick of last month's MLS Draft, his mini version is set to join the college ranks. PA Classics veteran Jonathan Wenger signed to play with Elon next season, keeping the family name firmly rooted in the NCAA.
When we spoke to Taryn Tomczyk last year about her potential college destination she gave us a list of her strongest candidates. Colgate wasn't on it. Ah, but those sneaky Raiders. They swooped in to steal her heart and add another great prospect to an already strong 2012 class."
The USA will wear their blue away jersey against Jamaica in their World Cup qualifier on Friday night.
Neymar's move from Santos to Barcelona is no doubt the biggest summer transfer.
The Nike Hypervenom is the latest cleat silo from Nike. It will change your game and is worn by the game's top players.
Germany is one of the top teams ever and they will play the US on Sunday.
Jamaica is in need of a win against the U.S. Get the jersey of the Reggae Boyz.
England will debut their new away jersey against Brazil at the Maracana Stadium on Sunday. Get in the Gear
Barcelona will wear this new home soccer jersey next season. They also have a new away jersey. Get them both.
The hoop soccer jersey is classic and cool. The USA hooped jersey is perfect for every fan. Get in the Gear.
Manchester City will try and win back the Premier League title with this new soccer jersey from Nike!
Support the USA national team with an official 2013 Centennial soccer jersey from Nike. Its Official.