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MLS announces five Generation adidas signings ahead of MLS SuperDraft

The class is small this year, which may make it tough for FC Dallas to get their hands on one of them.

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This year's Generation adidas class for Major League Soccer is a small one. MLS is making a push more towards Homegrown players each year but there are still some top talent in college that the league is able to snag each winter.

MLS announced on Thursday their 2015 GA class with five players. All five will be at the MLS Combine that begins tomorrow in Florida.

Among the group of underclassmen are two All-Americans, goalkeeper Alex Bono (Syracuse University) and midfielder Cristian Roldan (University of Washington). Also included in the 2015 Generation adidas signees are defender Conor Donovan (North Carolina State) and forward Cyle Larin (UConn), both who are participating in the CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Jamaica for their respective countries (USA and Canada). Rounding out the class is forward/midfielder Romario Williams (University of South Florida).

The big question on your minds may be does FC Dallas have a shot at any of these guys with the 15th overall pick? It is possible that the club could trade up to get one of them if Oscar Pareja covets one of them. A guy like Williams would be pretty interesting here in Dallas. The Jamaican had seven goals in 2014 for UCF. Roldan would also be one that I wouldn't oppose FCD trading up for.