The New England Revolution might not have a player on the US U-20 team, but they certainly have representatives at the youth international level.
While Diego Fagundez plays in the South American Youth Championship with the Uruguay U-20s, Revolution Academy product Zachary Herivaux will be looking to help Haiti qualify for U-20 World Cup.
The 18-year-old Herivaux was awarded the Revolution's inaugural Youth Player of the Year award this season. Instinctively a box-to-box midfielder, Herivaux can also play as a central defender. With Herivaux patrolling the back line, the Revs U-18s went 12-2-0 over the last 14 games of the season.
Herivaux has spent time training with the Revolution first team, including a preseason trip to Tucson, AZ while on school vacation. While with the team, Herivaux made two appearances during the Desert Diamond Cup. The budding star also has a connection to Shalrie Joseph, having played on the former captain's self-named youth team.
Herivaux, who has duel citizenship with the United States and his birth country of Japan, represented the US at the U-15 level.
Herivaux and Haiti begin Group B play on Saturday against Canada.