New Hampshire high school soccer says goodbye to some quality players in the Class of 2020, such as Brown-bound midfielder Charlie Adams (Hanover) and Norwich-bound midfielder Nathan Statires (Bedford).
But, like always, plenty of talented players are coming along before heading off to play college soccer. Many also feature in the club scene for the likes of Seacoast United, GPS and Valeo FC, among others.
Mindful of those dynamics, and with the soccer world on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve highlighted 10 players from the NHIAA who have promising futures. They’ve all impressed locally and project as solid contributors at the next level.
Sorted in alphabetical order, here’s our breakdown of these up-and-comers. There's also an honorable-mention section, since narrowing it down to 10 was no easy task.