Anthony Fontana and Matthew Real are rejoining the United States U20 team for a training camp in Florida slated to run through January 13.
Real and Fontana were both part of Tab Ramos’s squad for the CONCACAF U20 Championship run along with Philadelphia Union teammate Mark McKenzie, who has been invited to his first senior national camp by new USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter.
The Union and FC Dallas are the only MLS teams with more than one player on the roster.
Indiana University has three players on the roster, including Griffin Dorsey, who has signed a Generation adidas contract and will be eligible for selection in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. UCLA midfielder Frankie Amaya has also signed a GA deal.
New Year = New Opportunity! U20 @ussoccer_ynt begins Road to U20 World Cup today with 14 players who did not participate in the @concacaf Championship ... Camp is in FL through Jan 13th ... Assistants @onamazi @TMeola1 @FKlopas pic.twitter.com/vdXB0NWrs6— Tab Ramos (@RamosTab) January 4, 2019
U20 Training Camp Roster
Goalkeepers (2): Justin Garces (UCLA, Miami, Fla.), Trey Muse III (Indiana University, Louisville, Ky.)
Defenders (8): Chris Durkin (D.C. United, Glen Allen, Va.), Aboubacar Keita (University of Virginia, Columbus, Ohio), Edwin Lara (Club Leon, Oakland, Calif.), Jaylin Lindsey (Sporting Kansas City, Charlotte, N.C.), Matthew Real (Philadelphia Union, Drexel Hill, Pa.), Sam Rogers (Seattle Sounders FC, Seattle, Wash.), Mark Salas (UNC, Dallas, Texas), Aristotle Zarris (Wake Forest, Sarasota, Fla.)
Midfielders (7): Frankie Amaya (UCLA, Santa Ana, Calif.), Christian Cappis (Hobro IK, Katy, Texas), Jose Carranza (Louisville City FC, Manassas, Va.), Omir Fernandez (Wake Forest, Bronx, N.Y.), Anthony Fontana (Philadelphia Union, Newark, Del.), Paxton Pomykal (FC Dallas, Highland Village, Texas), Brandon Servania (FC Dallas, Birmingham, Ala.)
Forwards (7): Ayo Akinola (Toronto FC, Detroit, Mich.), Simon Becher (Unattached, Brooklyn, Conn.), Griffin Dorsey (Indiana University, Evergreen, Colo.), Jesus Ferreira (FC Dallas, Dallas, Texas), Nebiyou Perry (FC Köln, New York, N.Y.), Justin Rennicks (Indiana University, Hamilton, Mass.), Nick Taitague (FC Schalke 04, Midlothian, Va.)