The trip marks U-14 coach Clint Peay's first stint as U-15 boss.
•This age group is in the middle of a two-year cycle that will culminate with the 2019 Concacaf U-15 Championship.
• The roster includes one foreign-based player: Devan Tanton of Spain’s UE Cornella.
• Zack Booth is the younger brother of Taylor Booth, a U-18 and U-19 U.S. national team midfielder who played for the USA at the 2017 U-17 World Cup.
U.S. U-15 boys national
GOALKEEPERS (2): Mikah Seger (D.C. United academy; Indian Head, Md.), Gabriel Slonina (Chicago Fire academy; Addison, Ill.).
DEFENDERS (7): Noah Allen (Weston FC; Pembroke Pines, Fla.), Brandon Craig (Philadelphia Union; Philadelphia, Pa.), Antonio Leone (LAFC academy; Long Beach, Calif.), Ryan Quintos (Sockers FC; Glen Ellyn, Ill.), Justin Reynolds (Chicago Fire academy; Chicago, Ill.), Levi Stephens (Internationals; Akron, Ohio), Devan Tanton (UE Cornella/ESP; Barcelona, Spain).
MIDFIELDERS (8): Juan Alvarez (Seattle Sounders academy; Tukwila, Wash.), Zach Booth (La Roca; Eden, Utah), Cesar Elizalde (FC Dallas academy; Little Elm, Texas), Kenan Hot (Players Development Academy; Lincroft, N.J.), Brendan Lambe (North Carolina FC Youth; Apex, N.C.), Rokas Pukstas (Oklahoma City Energy; Stillwater, Okla.), Allan Rodriguez (Indiana Fire Academy; Elkhart, Ind.), Evan Rotundo (San Diego Surf; La Mesa, Calif.)
FORWARDS (3): Austin Brummett (Seattle Sounders academy; Seattle, Wash.), Rafael Jauregui (Sacramento Republic; Rancho Cordova, Calif.), Korede Osundina (Crossfire Premier; Redmond, Wash.).