We all love talking about the United States Men's National Team. It's a constant source of entertainment and drama, but in spite of all that, we're constantly clamoring for our players to make the side. In the spirit of that
Rather than focus on those players, or the ones that have copious national team experience already (Nick Rimando, Kyle Beckerman) or even a little (Tony Beltran), let's look at some players who haven't been capped.
Chris Schuler: We're just sitting here, and we're still waiting for Chris Schuler to win his first cap for the national team. We've all been convinced of the merits of Schuler, but Jurgen Klinsmann still needs some convincing. Maybe it's a fitness issue -- Schuler's been plagued by fitness concerns at points in his career, but it looks like the last of those are over.
Justen Glad: After impressing every time he's played for Real Salt Lake, and after featuring at youth levels, Justen Glad will eventually make the full national team, and he'll probably impress there, too. But he's young -- not yet 18 -- and careers are tricky things to manage. He'll need to stay relatively injury free, but he's probably as good as any young American playing in Europe.
Jordan Allen: He's played plenty at a youth level, but his raw potential should see him capped at some point in the next few years. The biggest risk here is that we have no clue which position is his best, and while that's a good problem to have, it makes that path up from the U-20s a tricky one. Expect him, if fit, to feature in the Olympic side.
John Stertzer: He'll be 25 this year, but if John Stertzer has a full season (and we're hoping that's this year), he could hoist himself into the national team conversation. He's an impressive two-way midfielder, and his attacking movement is excellent.
Honorable mentions: Sebastian Saucedo, Jeff Attinella