|#14 Zach Scott|
|Years Pro||12||Years Sounder||12|
|MLS (+Playoff) Stats||CCL/USOC Stats||Reserve Stats|
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#14 Zach Scott
If you want an all-effort, wall-demolishing team there is no Seattle Sounder past or present who embodies that more than ZS:MM. His toughness and love of crest (all versions) can not be questioned.
Offense: Scott is more a flat back when wide. He's a conservative passer, though still capable of a great pass at times. When central plays long balls more than most would prefer. One of the better set-piece targets on the squad and is often targeted to head the ball on goal.
Defense: Zach's lost enough speed that he can't keep up with fast MLS attackers any more. Often fouls in those circumstances, too often a card. With creative players he can still stop them. Uses his body well in defense. Plays positional defense well. Now clearly better centrally than out wide. While many coaches think they can attack the shorter Scott on dead balls this is a failure on the opposing coach, not Scott. He is both a leaper and stout.
Physique: Great motor. Not quick, but when he gets up to speed you can't stop him. Excellent jumper who does not just offer height, but also can get space. Broad shouldered and built for physical league like MLS.
Best Case 2014: Scott can be a 4th CB, 3rd RB and 3rd LB on a Cup contender. Depending on the roster he may be forced higher roles outside and lower in the middle, but his non-league matches should be successful regardless.
Thank you Zach Scott for dangerous crosses.