10 American Players on the Brink of the ASN 100
Omar Salgado checks in at the 102 spot on our monthly list of the 100 best American players. Find out who joined him just out of the money in a look at the players on the cusp.
BY Noah Davis PostedMarch's ASN 100 is here with Michael Bradley barely edging out Clint Dempsey for the top spot. But who cares about that, you know? Let's talk about the guys who just missed. New England Revolution center back A.J. Soares is the odd man out this month, checking in at 101. With MLS back in action, you have to wonder if he'll move up next month, assuming some strong play. Same goes for Bobby Convey, Chris Wingert, Luis Silva, Bobby Convey, and Dilly Duka, all perpetual 101-110 candidates. Robbie Rogers plummeted down the list, not surprising considering he stepped away from the game, possibly permanently. But it's good to see the ASN panelists keeping him in mind. If Rogers returned to MLS, it's not hard to see him back in the top 100 pretty quickly. I'm a bit surprised Sebastian Lletget hasn't cracked the 100. The 20 year old is getting closer and closer at West Ham and recently signed a new deal. I suspect he'll make an appearance in the list sooner rather than later. As for the rest of the 101-110, here you go: 101. A.J. Soares 102. Omar Salgado 103. Robbie Rogers 104. Sebastian Lletget 105. Chris Wingert 106. Will Packwood 107. Luis Silva 108. Bobby Convey 109. Frank Simek 110. Dilly Duka Who do you think deservers to be in the top 100? Let us know in the comments.
March 04, 2013
March 04, 2013