He'll play out his college career this fall, then ... who knows? After scoring 18 goals in 20 matches during an All-American sophomore season in Bakersfield, Zardes furthered his English experience earlier this year by training at Liverpool FC's academy, alongside notable prospects like Raheem Sterling, Conor Coady and Fernando Suso."Oh, my goodness, Suso is incredible," Zardes said.The trip reinforced his dream to play abroad."It was mind-boggling," Zardes said. "Soccer is everything over there. …. I don't like to think too far ahead in the future. But the dream is always to go abroad."...That's why Zardes is returning this fall for his junior season. The next destination, MLS or abroad, will be determined after his final collegiate game in December. http://www.vcstar.com/news/2012/jul...-potential-to-be-international/#ixzz21dYyvftW College bio: http://www.gorunners.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=13300&ATCLID=204985979 He's a big striker who was born in the States in '91 to Brazilian parents.