US Under-20 national team head coach Tab Ramos on Friday called two MLS players to a training camp that will be held in New Jersey from Saturday until next Monday, August 8.
Real Salt Lake midfielder Danny Acosta and FC Dallas attacker Coy Craft, who has spent much of this season on loan at USL club Oklahoma City Energy FC, were both named to Ramos’ 20-player roster. The group will train in Basking Ridge, New Jersey and take on the New York Cosmos and New York Red Bulls II in a pair of friendlies on August 3 and August 7.
Both Acosta and Craft were a part of the US U-20 team that recently won the 2016 NTC Invitational.
Several other players on the roster are affiliated with MLS academies, including Real Salt Lake-Arizona academy graduate Aaron Herrera, incoming University of North Carolina midfielder and Chicago Fire academy graduate Cameron Lindley and Philadelphia Union academy grad Yosef Samuel.