We sorta keep track of it in the US Youth National Team forums. Maybe not with a list that we keep up with, but with a lot of debate and discussion. If you're excited by this sort of discussion, you should join us! There are very few impact players that enter the draft these days after the first 10 picks regardless of age. And so many of our elite youngsters are now in MLS academies (or in the process of moving to academies like US U17 Josh Sargent), that the first round of the draft is very much dominated by foreign-born players. That trend is just going to continue as MLS academies continue to exert their influence. Your list keeps growing, by the way. Three more have been added. Reggie Cannon of FCD from UCLA, Nick Lima of the Quakes out of Cal, and Jose Hernandez of RSL out of UCLA. FCD in particular, has signed four homegrown players since September (Pomykol, Ferreira, Reynolds, and Cannon). They've also lost potential homegrown signings McKennie to Schalke and Montalvo to Tigres. Its like an assembly line. The average age of FCD's first team right now is ~23 years old!