With the season over, it's time to chart what underclassmen are turning pro with eligibility remaining. I'd like to keep this thread clean of speculation like "player X SHOULD go pro" or "MLS should sign this player." I don't mind inside dope you can't source with a link. A lot of you are connected to a player or coach or an agent so if you hear that player X has an offer or has signed but it hasn't been released, by all means share it. And, even better, if there's a link discussing a player leaving early, please post it. To that end, here we go. It's no secret Darren Mattocks of Akron was going to be leaving early. But Ives reports today he's signed with an agent (and is leaning towards signing in Europe) so his college career is over. According to Mattocks' agent, Patrick McCabe, clubs in Norway, Sweden and Denmark have made offers to the Akron sophomore and he is set to select one of those options over the MLS Generation adidas offer. http://www.soccerbyives.net/soccer_...-toward-europe-ownby-trialing-in-germany.html In case some of you missed it, a pair of red-shirt juniors were invited to the MLS Combine, a pretty sure-fire sign they aren't coming back for their fifth years. North Carolina's Billy Schuler and Creighton's Greg Jordan both were invited to the combine. MIDFIELDERS (19): Greg Jordan (Creighton); -snip- FORWARDS (13): Billy Schuler (UNC); http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/artic...ces-initial-list-invitees-2012-player-combine Whether this means they'll be signing GA deals or being in the draft remains to be seen. MLS has an inconsistent track record with red-shirt juniors. Some, like Rob Valentino and Stefan Frei, get GA deals. Others, like Steve Shak and Milos Kocic, go straight into the draft with the seniors. Between GA deals, homegrown signings and players looking to sign abroad, there should be plenty more activity with players leaving early so please post what you know and/or find.