The 18-year-old Saucedo, who appeared in nine MLS games this season, signed with a pro contract with Real Salt Lake after playing for RSL's Arizona academy team.
Also at the Mexico camp, is goalkeeper Christian Herrera, also from Real’s academy. Like Saucedo, Herrera has has dual eligibility and played for U.S. coach Tab Ramos’ team in September as the latest cycle for the U-20 program got underway.
Mexico’s 2013 U-20 World Cup team had three Mexican-Americans (goalkeeper Richard Sanchez, Uvaldo Luna and Julio Morales). Its 2015 U-20 World Cup team included FC Dallas keeper Jesse Gonzalez.
At the recent U-17 World Cup, where the USA exited in the first round, fourth-place Mexico’s squad included two USA products: starting goalkeeper Abraham Romero and outside back Edwin Lara.
Saucedo and Herrera do not endanger their U.S. eligibility by attending the Mexico camp.