I'm not @grandinquisitor28 , and I like Taylor Booth, but I wanted to chip in. One, I think Booth has been good, but I do think you are overstating his impact a bit here. For one, he did win player of the month. But it was a two-week month right before the World Cup. He hit a couple of goals and snagged an award for a half month. Two, since then, he has one assist in the Eredivisie. That's it. He had two assists right before his two goals, but since the World Cup break, he's got an assist against AZ. He's been playing winger mostly, as well, not central mid. So the 2g and 3a in 1,000 minutes is absolutely good, and his .37 npxG+xA not quite as good but still pretty good for a winger, he's not actually having that great a goal production round. Now, I've only watched here and there; so maybe he's doing a lot more, but he's also fourth in G+A on the team, and no one has a ton more minutes than him. As for international play and higher levels, he's just 21 (22 in May), so that's good. He's not big -- which is one of Tillman's edges -- at 5'8" and pretty skinny. But I do think he's actually pretty fast and quick, so I could see him moving up. But I think it's probably important to note that he's playing much closer to goal recently, and so expectations have to shift that way in terms of production. But don't take this as me thinking he can't move up -- he can. I just think that perhaps the case is overstated. Agree that beating up on Ross County with Rangers teammates isn't all that impressive. And I don't know that he'll reach a $30M valuation. But note that he's a year younger and just more physically impressive than Booth, so his upside is higher. I think he'll absolutely be Bundesliga starter caliber. Alfredo Morales and Carlos Gruezo were Bundesliga starters. But I think he's a player who still needs to find his game and his niche a bit. But a big reason I really like him is your first sentence on him: he's not a central part of the team but he doesn't have to be to contribute. I like players like that -- players who can add a flash of brilliance and contribute positively without having to be the focus, because you can only have so many guys as that focus. He's a team player in that he makes the quick, smart pass. He gets into dangerous areas. He converts. He's got a lot of McKennie-like attributes with more skill and a more offensive focus (and less defense, toughness, athleticism, etc.) but yes, that comes with the question on McKennie -- where do you play this guy and can he do a baseline position well enough to bring those other pieces. Is he good enough at an attacking position to play him there? I think Paredes is very much slept on across the board. Again, he's likely to end up at winger, and it remains to be seen if we can wishcast him to LB (I'm pretty sure he could handle LWB). Winger is a point of massive competition both for the USMNT and the world at large -- you've got to be productive there. But he's two years younger than Booth! He's got the speed and quickness. He doesn't have Reyna/Pulisic skill, so he needs to play a little differently, but that's alright. Just needs time. None of these guys are likely to end up near Reyna and Musah, frankly.