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Player Profile: #20 Dylan Remick

At times he looked like he would challenge Leo for starting time. At other times he was the reason for losses.

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The speedy left back started the year looking like the heir apparent to Leo Gonzalez when his time was done. By the end of the season Dylan Remick was instead left available in the expansion draft and left people wondering about his future. At this point he could be just a sub, a rotational player or burst forward as a starter. He had 770 competitive 1st team minutes and 536 minutes as a reserve (even dabbled at centerback there).

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Plays like an attacking full back with a willing cross that could improve accuracy. Had a key pass every other game, as well as a successful dribble every other game. Good passer who could be just a bit more selective. Will not threaten on goal, even if diving into the box. Will not contribute in set-plays on the attack. Can be used as a wide midfielder as a sub only.


Counts on positioning and speed more than his tackling ability. That creates issues when pressed into service as a centerback. Does not foul in dangerous areas, but that can lead to getting beaten. Is better starting a break than defending a threatening set-piece.


Needs to be more willing to use his body. Great speed and endurance that can be used to good advantage in the full back role.

Best Case 2015:

Could challenge Leo for playing time as a strong rotational player with good showing. That would lead to Remick being the favored candidate for 2016.

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