A game between #1 Akron and #9 UCLA in Los Angeles should not be a blow out. But it was a history making blowout. At the half it was just a two-nil game then Bruins midfielder Jackson Yeuill took over. The Bloomington, Minnesota native earned four assists. Three of those were in this 32-second period. UCLA crushed Akron 6-1 nil.
Add "Score 3-straight goals vs. the No. 1 team in the nation" to the list of things that can be done in 32 seconds. pic.twitter.com/68qX4oD8Y5— UCLA Men's Soccer (@UCLAMSoccer) September 6, 2016
Yueill and two-goal scorer Abu Danladi are both top ten talents, if they enter the 2017 MLS Draft.
Seattle Sounders Academy products were on both sides of the pitch. Seyi Adekoya started the scoring for UCLA with this nifty finish from a tight angle.
Just out of the U18s and having played 296 minutes in eight appearances over two seasons for Sounders 2 Nick Hinds started for Akron.
Adekoya is a student first, but would be first round talent if he was draft eligible. Hinds is still fresh out of high school but has some US Youth National Team time, he probably has top two round talent now.