Headlining the young talent is University of North Carolina standout and MAC Hermann Trophy finalist Andy Craven. The Georgia native tied for the national lead in goals with 15, while also registering five assists for the Tar Heels last year, landing him on the NSCAA All-America First Team. Also highlighting the new signees is University of California product Connor Hallisey, a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. The Golden Bears midfielder posted nine goals and 12 assists in 2014, earning him NSCAA All-America Second Team honors. A total of 12 college standouts have now signed with MLS in 2015.