HOW ACQUIRED: Selected in the Second Round (35th overall) of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft
Smarts and quicks? Remick has both. The incendiary left back was a state-level sprinter in high school, and a position switch during his college career at Brown turned him into a left back with fuel to burn. Remick’s already proven that his left foot is plenty good enough for the pro level, and his sense of position awareness rarely leaves him in poor positions. After a promising start to his MLS career, Remick’s unique blend of speed and smarts should put him in good stead going forward.
COLLEGE: Remick began his career at Brown as a center back, but necessity popped him out to left back, where he ultimately thrived. The Biology major was ultimately a three-time All-Ivy League selection at the position and helped guide Brown into the third round of the NCAA tournament in 2011.