United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has released the 30-man roster for the Men's 2014 World Cup and three Seattle Sounders - including former Sounders U-23 standout - DeAndre Yedlin have made the squad.
The 20-year old Yedlin is a graduate from Seattle's O'Dea high school and spent the 2012 season with the Sounders U-23 (formerly Tacoma Tide) - helping lead the club to the Western Conference championship in the Premier Development League.
Since being signed by the Seattle Sounders, Yedlin has appeared in 42 matches for the MSL club.
Klinsmann also named the Sounders' Clint Dempsey as captain of the U.S. team, which also included teammate Brad Evans.
The U.S. begins World Cup play against Ghana June 16, followed by Portugal June 22 and Germany June 26 in Brazil.
The Sounders U-23 home opener is May 25 against the Puget Sound Gunners at Sumner's Sunset Chevrolet Stadium at 2:00 p.m.