Picking the last spot on the U.S.' roster is going to be tough. If Jurgen Klinsmann plans on using Geoff Cameron at positions other than center-back, adding another central defender like Clarence Goodson makes sense.
If Klinsmann sees Mix Diskerud primarily as an attacking midfielder, room could be made for Kyle Beckerman, even if it is just to have him as a good "locker room" guy.
Klinsmann could opt for more depth at full-back with Edgar Castillo or even Michael Orozco, who can double as both a right-back and center-back.
Or Klinsmann could look to lock down one more "super-sub" like Joe Corona or Brek Shea.
Finally, there could be a wildcard coming from a resurgence in form for Herculez Gomez, a miraculous return from injury for Stuart Holden or a youngster like Paul Arriola or Julian Green pushing their way into the team.
In the end, though, on current form, the final spot goes to Terrence Boyd. Adding a fourth striker onto a team that usually only plays with one seems superfluous, and it probably is. But the Rapid Vienna forward has 10 goals already this season in the Austrian Bundesliga and deserves to make the trip.
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