Earlier this week, we had you take a look at the MLS talent that's been outside the US men's national team rotation, and which players you believe are most deserving of a call-up in the near future.
With more than 50,000 votes cast, let's take a look at the results:
D.C. United 'keeper Bill Hamid ran away with this one, taking more than 53 percent of the vote. The 25-year-old has missed significant time to injury this season, but has proved phenomenal while on field: He holds a 9-5-4 record, with a 71 saves and a 0.83 goals against average.
The poll offered another clear victory along the backline, with young Matt Miazga (38.3%) and Robbie Rogers (25.4%) pacing the field. The Red Bulls defender is sure to factor in next month's "24 Under 24" feature, and Rogers has been an anchor for the Galaxy, who have claimed the Supporters' Shield lead for the first time since Opening Day.
Looking for fresh blood in the defensive midfield? Turns out you couldn't decide between up-and-comers Perry Kitchen (26.1%) and Wil Trapp (27.0%). Veteran Dax McCarty benefited, and his stellar season for New York earned 48.0% of the vote.
A no-doubter for fan favorite and MLS MVP candidate, Benny Feilhaber cleared 51.4% of all votes, blowing away No. 2 Lee Ngyuen (21.1%) and No. 3 Sacha Kljestan (16.9%). Feilhaber has posted eight goals and 13 assists this year, driving a Sporting KC attack that ranks among the league's best.
On the wing, it's all (Sebastian) Lletget all day – the LA Galaxy's lowest-key major signing has provided among the highest returns, with seven goals in 905 minutes, a 0.69 goals/90 average. You rewarded him with a resounding victory: 54.0% of all votes.
Here's another split vote resulting in a big win, with CJ Sapong (29.3%) and Will Bruin (26.1%) battling it out for second behind New England striker Charlie Davies (44.6%), who's on pace to surpass his career-best 11 goals in MLS regular-season play.