Props to Klinsi for rolling the dice on this kid out of Stanford tonight. Lucky sevens, with a nicely finished shot to give the United States the early lead. One start, one goal. The last time a collegian scored a goal for the USA was almost back in the dark ages of USA soccer when Dante Washington of Radord, where?, scored against Mexico, also, no less. Replay of the goal, here: http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/artic...t-jordan-morris-scores-first-goal-us-national Anyway, here is some info from his Stanford bio: http://www.gostanford.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=208997460 Yeah, this was Mexico's "B" team, but he delivered. So anyway, is he a one goal wonder? Should he become an orthopedic surgeon like his Dad? Work a deal to retain his eligibility or give it up to play in MLS? Wait for some deal in Europe? Or maybe he's just trolling Klinsi and Big soccer. Some seem to like his game, others suggest he really doesn't even belong. Anyway, what's your take?