Defender Rayshaun McGann is one of 22 players taking part in a United States U17 training camp in Kingston, Jamaica through November 9.
McGann is one of only four players on the roster who aren’t currently in the United States Residency Program with head coach John Hackworth down in Florida.
This is the ninth trip the 16-year-old Florida native has made with the U17s this calendar year, which has included training camps and tournaments in Panama, Mexico, France, Turkey and India.
Former Philadelphia Union Academy goalkeeper C.J. dos Santos (S.L. Benfica) and former Union Academy forward Tonny Temple (IMG Academy) are also on the squad.
The United States takes on Jamaica this Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the National Stadium East and again on November 6 at 3 p.m. at St. Georges College.
The U17s will be in Lakewood Ranch, Florida for the Nike Friendlies beginning November 30 as they prepare for U17 World Cup qualifiers beginning in April.