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2020 SuperDraft pick Keegan Meyer signs with Revolution II

The second round pick becomes the 11th player to sign with Revs II

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On Monday afternoon the New England Revolution announced the signing of 2020 Super Draft pick Keegan Meyer to the Revolution II roster. The Revs selected Meyer in the second round of the draft with the 43rd overall pick last month.

Meyer joins the USL League One side after spending four seasons at High Point University, where he totaled 74 appearances and set the program record with 27 shutouts. He capped his college career by being named to the All-Big South First team in his final 3 years. In his senior season Meyer held a 13-7 record including 7 shutouts, and amassed 75 saves with a .743 save percentage. Meyer is the first goalkeeper signed to the team.

The Revolution II begin their inaugural season in USL League One on Saturday, Match 28th when they host Orlando City B at Gillette Stadium.