The last one and the other player from the Freddy Adu slide. Before a case is made for Szetela, notable players who were not mentioned but also "have next" are Maurice Edu and Benny Feilhaber.
Future candidates could be Michael Orozco and Marvell Wynne.
He probably has the longest road to go to make the World Cup roster and even get a legitimate look before 2010, but if there is a sleeper, Danny Szetela would be my choice.
The 22 year old from Jersey, a childhood friends with Guiseppi Rossi, went from being a starter in the 2007 U-20 World Cup and Beijing Olympics to Brescia of the Italian Serie B.
Szetela was drafted by the Columbus Crew in the 2004 draft, but didn't see much of the field in 2005. The next year, he was injury plagued and only played in four games.
Still, Szetela's talent was without question and he remained a future candidate for a role in the midfield or forward.
In 2007, he signed with Racing Santander of La Liga. By early 2008, he was loaned to Brescia and after a season, he extended his loan through June 2009.
With 26 appearances over two years, the kid from Jersey only scored one goal and had two assists during his stint in Italy.
After Racing declined to sign him, Szetela returned to the MLS, where his contract was picked up by D.C. United.
Danny has since made two appearances as a sub in his two games with the club, coming on in the second half.
Szetela was one of four players who scored for the U.S. at the U-20 World Cup in 2007. Altidore had four goals, Adu three, Szetela three, and Michael Bradley had one.
Those first three names played outstanding during that run, and Bradley wasn't too bad, either.
Life has been tough for Szetela. He lost his father at a young age and had to move at a young age, as he went to the IMG Soccer Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
Europe didn't do much to help his stock and Szetela said being back home was the best way to get his confidence back.
Bob Bradley encourages his players to play overseas as that will help them become better players. Europe probably set Szetela back as far as the national team pool.
Szetela has made one appearance for the national team and set up Michael Bradley's game winning goal against Switzerland in October 2007.
Since playing in Beijing, Szetela has not had a single cap.
The road may be a difficult one for the 22 year old midfielder, but if there is a cinderella pick that I'm rooting for, Danny Szetela would be my choice.