Lindsey played for Charlotte SA when he was called up for the U.S. U-14 national team in 2013. In January of 2015, Lindsey left North Carolina for Kansas City. He signed a contract with Sporting KC’s USL affiliate Swope Park Rangers in May of 2016, and in the fall of that year joined the U.S. U-17 national team Residency program in Bradenton, Florida.
Lindsey started for the U.S. U-17s during its runner-up finish the Concacaf U-17 Championship that qualified it for the 2017 U-17 World Cup, which takes place in India Oct. 6-28. His MLS contract kicks in on Jan. 1, 2018.
“During his time in our Academy, Jaylin has demonstrated incredible progress on the field and a very high level of maturity for a player his age,” Sporting KC coach Peter Vermes said. “He has a good understanding of what it takes to be a professional, and we are excited to provide him with the environment and opportunity to realize his potential as a player.”
Busio, a forward on the USA’s U-15 national team, hails from Greensboro. He joined Sporting KC’s academy in 2016.