One of the players most impacted by the lack of a USOC run, Dylan Remick played three roles for the Reserve side in 2013.
|#26 Dylan Remick|
|Years Pro||1||Years Sounder||1|
|Pos/Role||Left Back/Right Back/Left Mid|
|MLS (+Playoff) Stats||CCL/USOC Stats||Reserve Stats|
|Off Pass %||Net Shot Rate||Net Duel Rate|
#26 Dylan Remick
A three-time all-Ivy League defender, Remick was drafted 35th overall. As a senior he made second team all-American. He didn't earn too many competitive minutes. He did show role flexibility and played as a rare left-footer at right back a couple times.
Offense: Remick likes to bomb forward and enter the attack. Switches well with the left mid and when a left mid will switch with the left back. Plays more cautiously on the right. Decent crosser, better with low balls. Short passes are OK. Doesn't challenge via the dribble.
Defense: Gets by mainly on positional sense and recovery speed more than 1-on-1 tackling ability. Generally aware of proper time to go to ground. Reads game well and is aware of spacing and numbers.
Physique: Slight, even for a fullback. It is more of a worry when he's at left mid. He's fast, on the short list for one of the fastest in the team history. Uses speed both in the attack and to recover.
Best Case 2014: Remick could compete for the fourth fullback role. That's not a lot of PT, but it is a slot that should get used due to injury and National Team calls.
* advanced stats will be listed for players meeting a minimum amount of minutes played. Thanks to sidereal for the assist formatting and collecting data.