Ok, he runs effective diagonals opening up triangles with EJ and Curtis, on both sides of the field, and holds the ball very well, providing a target that is extremely effective for the Burn. We saw the danger of an EJ playing wide right and offering the ability to penetrate with all-out speed, or cutting back and drawing two defenders to guard against his newly proven playmaking abilities. We've seen Curtis' ability to draw defenders wide with his tenacious, relentless runs. We've seen Davis play an effective defensive game, giving his teammates the confidence to push at all angles (a la Earthquakes). If Vaca can distribute and stay strong on the ball, he'll gel too. And with a disciplinarian like Clarke at the helm, we might get all-out effort and teammates supporting each other instead of destructive, finger-pointing attitudes. What are the chances of signing him long-term and solidifying an athletic attack (the kind I've been dreaming of for some time) for years-to-come?