Real Monarchs 2-2 draw with Real Salt Lake's Arizona-based under-18s side featured five players on trial with the team, three of whom have experience in said academy in prior years.
We've taken a look at each of the players and tried to glean as much information as we could from the limited resources available.
Formerly of the Chivas USA academy, Capraelli played at both full back positions in the second half. He went on trial with Monarchs earlier this year for a match against Colorado Springs Switchbacks it seems, so it may be telling that he's been brought back.
Garza's an attacking midfielder that apparently that apparently is more comfortable out wide, but instead, we saw him in a more central position and drifting wide against the academy. It suited him reasonably well.
Garza last played for Ararat Yerevan in the Armenian Premier League, but he's also been on trial with Real Salt Lake before, playing in a reserves match in 2013.
A local kid, Leme was part of the Arizona academy for a time before coming back to Utah. He apparently hoped at one point to join UVU (that's certainly still an option, I think) and was a very well-considered player at the prep sports level.
Another veteran of the RSL-AZ academy, Murillo is from Las Vegas and played only one game with High Point University after committing there — injuries kept him out. He then transferred to UNLV earlier this year.
Another academy graduate, Nemeth is a center back from Hawaii that apparently committed to Radford University — but he's not recorded as having played a game, so I'm not really sure what's happened there.