Jordan Morris has wasted little time making an impression on Jurgen Klinsmann and just about anyone else associated with the United States soccer program. Whether it was his game-winning goal against Mexico, his game-winning assist against Netherlands or his numerous standout performances with the U23s, no player has risen up the ranks quite like the Stanford sophomore.
Now, it looks like you're going to see a lot more of him.
Am told Jordan Morris could play for U.S. U-23s Sunday in Toulon tourney 3rd place game, then return to #usmnt for Germany match. TBD soon.— Doug McIntyre (@DougMacESPN) June 5, 2015
If Morris plays in both of those games, that would be four appearances in the red, white and blue over the course of about a week. Dating back to his senior team debut on March 31, that would be seven appearances for the senior and U23s teams. By comparison, Michael Bradley -- someone who's been called into every camp -- has made six appearances for the national team in all of 2015.
Clearly, Klinsmann sees something in the young man. Now, about getting him into rave green...