Mark Anthony Kaye
Los Angeles FC
New England Revolution
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Dayne St Clair
Sporting Kansas City
Mark Anthony Kaye
Mark is a Canadian midfielder who began his career at college with York before leaving to join Toronto Academy in 2013.
Mark moved to Louisville ahead of the 2016 season where he became a key figure in the side. In the 2017 season he got his first taste of silverware when Louisville went on to win the USL Championships with victory over Swope Park Rangers in the final.
After two seasons in the USL, Mark transferred to Los Angeles FC for their inaugural season making his debut in the season opener.
He received his first international call up in May 2016 with the Canadian U23s before making his senior debut on 13 June 2017 against Curacao. Since his debut he has become a regular in the squad and has played a vital part in both the 2017 and 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cups.
Jack is an English midfielder who began his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers progressing through the academy from 2001-11 before signing a professional contract.
The central midfielder made his professional debut on 10 August 2013 in a 4-0 win against Gillingham where Kenny Jacket praised Jack as ‘the team’s best player’.
In January 2018 the club accepted a transfer offer from Colorado Rapids in the MLS where he signed a four year contract. Since then Jack has gone on to make himself a vital member of the team and has been named as the club’s captain going forward.
In his impressive 2019 season Jack broke David Beckham’s 2010 record for the most set piece assists in a single MLS season when he finished with 11.
Jonathan is a Canadian midfielder who began his career in Uruguay with Nacional’s academy in 2010 before moving back to Canada to join Toronto FC.
He made his first appearance for the club in the MLS on 9 March 2013 and went on to make 28 appearances over the 2013 season helping them secure the MLS Cup.
Jonathan was a key member of Toronto’s roster that won the MLS Eastern Conference in 2016, 2017 and 2019, as well as winning the Canadian Championships in 2016, 2017 and 2018. During this time he also added various individual awards to his collection of accolades and was involved in the CONCACAF Champions League Best X1 after winning the Golden Boot in 2018.
Jonathan made his debut with the Canadian national program at 18 representing Canada at the 2011 CONCACAF U20 Championships and followed up with his first appearance for the senior side on 28 May 2013 against Costa Rica at the Commonwealth Stadium. He has gone on to be named in four CONCACAF Gold Cup squads in 2013,2015,2017 and 2019.
Brandon is an American player whose college career was spent at Western Michigan where he played predominantly as a winger, making 64 appearances between 2014-17.
He was named MAC Player of the Year and was also a Hermann Trophy semi-finalist scoring 12 goals and seven assists in his senior year and helping his side to a national top five ranking.
On 17 January 2018, New England Revolution selected Brandon with the 8th overall pick of the MLS SuperDraft. The versatile player transitioned to a right back and made 24 appearances for the club in his rookie season.
Brandon is a co-founder of the Aspiras Foundation which is dedicated to providing opportunities for young generations through soccer and education.
Jay Chapman is a Canadian midfielder who played his college soccer at Michigan State before signing a Homegrown contract with Toronto FC on 15 January 2015.
He made his professional debut for their USL side in March of the following season before making his Toronto FC debut in the 2015 Canadian Championships. Jay’s impressive performances during that season resulted in his inclusion in the 2016 MLS Homegrown team.
On 13 November 2019 Jay was traded to Inter Miami CF after 79 appearances for Toronto FC in exchange for $100,000 in General Allocation Money.
Jay has played for the Canadian U17s at both the 2011 CONCACAF U17 Championships and also at the 2011 FIFA U17 World Cup before progressing to the Canadian U23s. His debut for the senior side was made on 22 January 2017 against Bermuda – a 4-2 victory in which he scored.
Santiago is a Colombian forward who was born in Medellin before moving to Orlando where he joined Orlando City’s Development Academy.
He played his college soccer for the FIU Panthers between 2015-18 scoring 37 goals in his 69 appearances. Santiago was selected by Orlando City with the 3rd overall pick in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft
In August 2019 he received his first international call up to the Colombia U23s ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Liam is a Canadian midfielder who was part of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Residency program until January 2013 when he moved to Toronto FC.
He signed his first professional contract in February 2016 and in 2017 was listed in the USL’s 20 under 20 list. Liam signed with Toronto FC as a homegrown player on 19 January 2018 making his MLS debut in April against the Colorado Rapids.
Liam has also represented Canada receiving his first call up to the U20 development camp in 2015 before being named in the squad for the 2017 CONCACAF U20 Championships. After multiple camp call-ups in 2018 and 2019 he made his debut for the senior team on 15 October in a 2-0 win against the USA.
Patrick is a Canadian midfielder who was announced as the 20th Academy product to sign an MLS Homegrown Contract with the Vancouver Whitecaps on 23rd January 2020.
Patrick played 46 times for the Whitecaps FC Academy including being a vital member of the side to the 2016 Academy Championship Final. He joined the Academy in 2016 before signing with Whitecaps 2 in the USL.
Dayne St Clair
Dayne is a Canadian goalkeeper who has appeared for the Canadian U18 side. He played college soccer for the Maryland Terrapins and was at the heart of their national championship run in 2018, which led to him winning the Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award for the best defensive player in the tournament.
On 4 January 2018 Dayne signed a Generation Adidas contract with Major League Soccer before being drafted seventh overall in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft by Minnesota United FC.
Greg is a Canadian goalkeeper whose college career was spent at Mercer University between 2011-14 where he ranked third nationally in total saves and finished as Mercer’s career leader in both Goals Against Average and clean sheets.
Greg joined Louisville City FC in 2015 and in August 2016 he became the first Louisville player to be called up for internationals after he was selected by Trinidad and Tobago for their 2018 World Cup Qualification.
He made a big impact in the Louisville side that won the USL Cup in consecutive seasons in 2017 and 2018 including saving two penalties in the Eastern Conference finals against New York Red Bulls 2 and winning ‘Save of the Playoffs’ in the same year.
His move to Orlando City in December 2018 reunited him with former Louisville coach James O’Connor. Greg made his debut for the club away in Seattle.
He was added to Trinidad and Tobago’s 2019 Gold Cup roster in May 2019 and followed that with his debut in June against Canada.
Rocco is a Canadian defender who joined Toronto FC Academy in 2013 before making his professional debut in 2015 for Toronto 2. A contract extension was completed in 2017 before his loan move to Denmark for the 2019 season.
Rocco then signed his MLS Homegrown contract with Toronto FC on 21st January 2020.
Eric Dick is an American goalkeeper who played his college soccer at Butler University between 2013-17.
On 19th January 2018 he was selected with the 13th overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft by Sporting Kansas City making his professional debut for their United Soccer League affiliate Swope Park Rangers on March 31st.
Clement is a Canadian defender who can also play in midfield. He began his career with Montreal Impact attending training camps with the first team in 2018 before joining Ottawa Fury for the 2018 USL Season.
On 16 November 2018 Clement signed a homegrown contract with the Montreal Impact before making his debut on 30 March 2019 against Sporting Kansas City.
Clement was called up to the Canadian U23 team for the 2018 Toulon Tournament and for the 2018 CONCACAF U20 Championships.
Michael is a Ugandan international who made his debut for his home country in 2016 and played a key role in their 2017 African Cup of Nations squad.
He is a midfielder who began his professional career in the USL with the Charleston Battery in 2012 before being signed by Seattle Sounders in the MLS in March 2014.
In 2016 Azira was selected by Colorado Rapids in the 2015 MLS Waiver Draft where he went on to make 66 appearances for the club. At the beginning of the 2018 MLS season he was traded to the Montreal Impact where he made 29 appearances before joining Chicago Fire.