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Will it be Wales or USA for Henley?
Adam Henley might be the most innately talented member on this list. With that said, there's no guarantee that he'll ever represent the United States in any international competition.
Henley was born in Tennessee to a Welsh mother and an American father. He's always represented Wales as a youth international, but hasn't fully committed his future to any country yet.
With his overall talent, there's no question as to why Wales, England and the United States are clamoring for Henley's services.
Last season, the right-back featured for Blackburn—as a 17-year-old. He impressed mightily, to the point where he was starting towards the end of the season. Needless to say, he was the youngest player in the EPL last season.
Now recently turned 18, he was called up to the Wales National Team in a May friendly against Mexico. However, he didn't participate in the match, and thus hasn't had a cap with the senior side.
He'd have to file a one time switch in order to play for the United States. One thing benefiting Klinsmann's squad is that he does regularly communicate with his relatives in Tennessee, and is a frequent visitor to the states.