D.C. United will already be familiar with this left-footed West Virginia attacker and former US youth national teamer.
What Scouts Say: "Direct player who's athletic and will use pace to get by you ... Has the athleticism and fitness that the league is looking for. Good endurance … Good on the ball, good balance and clever on the dribble. Very dangerous ... Slighter build, but quick and capable of winning 1-v-1 battles going forward ... Maybe not a clean enough technical player to take over a sole attacking role in MLS ... Does he have enough punch to get it done in that position in MLS? ... The defensive side of his game is a question ... If he learns how to defend, he could be a left back in MLS and let him get up and down the line."
College (West Virginia): Played in 75 career games registering a total of eight goals (two in each of his four seasons) and 18 assists, including a team-leading six helpers in his 2012 senior season.
US National Team: Named to the U-15 National 2006 team ... Also selected to the U-14 National 2005 team.
Club: Selected to play for the D.C. United U-18 Academy Team ... Led SYC Jr. Royals to U-17 Virginia State championship in 2008.
High School: Four-year varsity starter at Herndon High for coach Sean Lanigan ... Helped team capture Concorde District championship in 2008.
Personal: Son of Imo and Rosemary Etuk ... Has two brothers ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star and on President’s List ... Majoring in business administration with an emphasis in finance ... Lists Robinho as his favorite athlete ... Favorite food: Lasagna ... Favorite musician: Wale, Jay-Z, Fly Union and J.Cole ... Favorite movies: Snatch, Friday, Usual Suspects, Goodfellas, 500 Days of Summer, Do The Right Thing and Inside Man ... Favorite car: Audi S5 Coupe.