He was mentioned in one of those internecine South Carolina droolfests, but I figured he deserved some discussion on his own, away from that. The guy is officially a collegiate phenomenon, and since he also tied for the PDL goals lead - we can safely say that he may be a lot more than that. If he signs with MLS, can he do what Ralph has done this year? You figure he could very well be a second-round pick as well because of his nationality. African players have historically not done very well in MLS for reasons that I can't explain. Also, collegiate Africans have been popular pickups for Scandinavian leagues, although I remember rumors that Ngwenya was trying to get signed last year to MLS. He has size (6-2 170) like Ralph, and is reputed to be pretty fast, although maybe not the same strength? He's obviously nothing like Tiny Selolwane, the last high scoring Southern African to come to MLS. It seems to have helped out that Coastal added transfers Boyzzz Khumalo and Itayi Ponda to help make up for the loss of Littlefield. But it doesn't ultimately seem to matter who Ngwenya plays with, all he does is score goals. So, to those who have seen him. Is this guy going to make some MLS team really, really happy next year?