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Old 08-08-2017
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8 of the 16 were offered spots in the RB DA and the remaining 8 were placed in other MLS or USSF DA's. So 100% moved on to play DA soccer....I guess that's what you mean by "hitting the road " ?

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That's a real impressive group of kids they collected. Congrats to them, and Red Bulls on a successful pilot program.
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8 of the 16 were offered spots in the RB DA and the remaining 8 were placed in other MLS or USSF DA's. So 100% moved on to play DA soccer....I guess that's what you mean by "hitting the road " ?

https://spark.adobe.com/page/etQQm5TgxwBoB/
Even if they don't make DA clubs (which it seems most are) they still will be better trained than what most other clubs are producing. Most likely you'll still be a stud on a top non DA team. Luckily in this area there are many other good clubs out there not in the DA system. So called rejects will be just fine.
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Realistically they also have to start competing for talent at the younger ages vs NYCFC and now possibly Barca. Smart move on their part.
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