Hassani Dotson - MID/DEF (Minnesota United FC - MLS)
Jordan Jones - ATT (Unknown)
Jordan Jones was picked with the 47th overall slot the 2018 MLS SuperDraft by Los Angeles FC, but signed just a few months later with Rio Grande Valley FC of the USL Championship. After making 19 appearances for the Toros in 2018, it’s unknown where Jones is currently playing.
Tim Mueller - ATT (SR Delémont II - Switzerland)
For a player who was snagged with the 63rd overall selection in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft by the Portland Timbers, Tim Mueller sure was a tough guy to track down. Mueller apparently didn’t make too much of a splash here stateside and is now competing for SR Delémont II in Switzerland.
Will Seymore - MID (Reno 1868 FC - USL Championship)
Will Seymore has found a home for himself in the USL Championship league, after spending a portion of last season with FC Cincinnati and on loan at Reno 1868 FC. With FC Cincinnati having transitioned to the MLS,, Seymore has remained in Reno, already making 5 appearances in 2019.
Khiry Shelton - ATT (SC Paderborn 07 - Germany)
The 2nd pick of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft by New York City FC, Khiry Shelton played in 54 games and scored 6 goals for NYC FC from 2015-2017. Shelton was moved to Sporting Kansas City in 2018 and now fills a reserve role at SC Paderborn 07, a German second division squad.
Don Tchilao - MID (Los Angeles Galaxy II - USL Championship)
After being selected by the Los Angeles Galaxy of the MLS with the 36th overall choice in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft, Tchilao has currently found himself trying to find his footing with the franchise’s reserve squad in the USL Championship league, the second-tier of USA soccer.
Emery Welshman - ATT (Forge FC - Canada)
Currently on loan at Forge FC, a Canadian Premier League side, Emery Welshman is establishing a solid professional career for himself with stays in the MLS and NASL. The Guyanese national team member has also scored a stunning 7 goals in just 9 caps for his country.
But What About...?
Alan Gordon - ATT (Retired - MLS): Gordon ended his professional career last year after suiting up for six different teams during his 15 season-run in the MLS. He saw action in over 300 games, earned 2 caps for the U.S. National team and filled near every role from star player to super-sub.
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