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FC Dallas signs 25th Homegrown Player Dante Sealy

Sealy becomes the second-youngest HGP in club history.

MLS: Seattle Sounders FC at FC Dallas Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Do you want another Homegrown Player for FC Dallas? Good, because you got it.

FC Dallas has signed forward Dante Sealy as the league-leading 25th Homegrown Player, the club announced today. Sealy, who will go on loan to USL League One affiliate North Texas Soccer Club, is eligible to be added to the first team roster at any point in the future.

Sealy, 15 years and 315 days old, becomes the second youngest player to ever sign with FC Dallas behind fullback Bryan Reynolds, who was 15 years and 147 days old when he joined FC Dallas on Nov. 22, 2016.

The son of former FC Dallas forward and Trinidad and Tobago international Scott Sealy, Dante joined the FC Dallas Academy at the age of eight when his father signed with FC Dallas in March 2012. Sealy grew up through the Academy and has scored 51 goals in 55 U.S. Soccer Development Academy appearances since 2015. Dante typically played up an age bracket or two with the academy during his time with the team.

Sealy has been called up to represent the U.S. Youth National Team at different levels, including the U-17 National Team in 2017 and most recently attending a U-16 National Team camp in September 2018. Sealy was also part of the U-16 USYNT that finished third at Torneo delle Nazioni in Italy in April 2018.