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Career Summary

Pronunciation: VOO-chick VOY-check

What Scouts Say: "A unique talent because he's 6-foot-3 with a good frame and good strength, but he has an unbelievable touch and a sweet left foot … There's not a ball he can't take down and play with … He sees the field tremendously and can change the point of attack well, even while holding off physical center backs … If he gets faced up, he can shoot out of tight space or slip balls in behind … Will fit well with specific teams that want his style and can pair him with a pacey guy running off of him … If he can score at the next level, he can be a bit like Brian Ching in that everybody knows he's getting it, but he still wins the ball He's good with both feet and could be a good complementary player in MLS."

College (Bradley 2010-13): Second player in Bradley history to be named Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year in 2013 after tying for the NCAA assist lead with 14 in 23 games … Part of first class in Bradley history to reach three NCAA tournaments … First team all-Midwest region, all-MVC, and all-MVC Tournament as a senior in 2013 … Contributed to all four Bradley goals in the NCAA tournament, scoring three himself and assisting on another as the Braves beat Northwestern in the opening round before falling to Cal … Tied MVC Tournament single-game record with three assists in quarterfinal win vs. Evansville … Posted three goals and four assists as a junior in 2012 … Notched three goals and three assists as a sophomore in 2011 … Played only 405 minutes as a freshman in 2010, contributing two goals and one assist.

Prep: Attended Elmwood Park High School (Ill.) and was named Metro Suburban Conference MVP in 2009 after posting 19 goals and 12 assists.

Club: Came up in the Chicago Fire Academy.

Personal: NSCAA Scholar All-America first team in 2013 … Holds dual citizenship in the United States and Poland.


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