Possessing lightning speed and remarkable confidence for his age, Yedlin stood out as one of the brightest young prospects of the World Cup. He played without fear against Germany and Belgium, earning respect and praise that would lead to a move to Tottenham Hotspur. A homegrown talent from Seattle, he parlayed a fantastic rookie season with the Sounders into a role on the National Team where he is also expected to make an important contribution to the efforts for the 2016 Olympic Games.
- Named to the U.S. squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup where he appeared in three matches
- Named 2013 MLS All Star and finalist for 2013 MLS Rookie of the Year
- First Homegrown Player signed by the club after playing for Sounders FC Academy
- Two-time All-MAC First Team honoree at Akron
2014: Made 25 appearances in his sophomore season for Seattle … Signed by Tottenham Hotspur to a contract that began in January of 2015 … 2013: Signed with the Seattle Sounders FC on January 11, becoming the Sounders’ first Homegrown player … Started 30 MLS games for the Sounders and led the team in minutes in his first year as a professional … Scored his first professional goal against Tigres in a 3-1 win in the second leg of a CONCACAF Champions League aggregate victory … Named to the MLS All-Star team for a match against Roma, the first rookie to make the All-Star team since 2005…Scored his first MLS goal against the Colorado Rapids in a 1-1 draw on July 20.
2012: An All-MAC First Team honoree for the second straight year ... Appeared in all 22 games, making 21 starts at right back. Finished third on the team with six assists ... 2011: College Soccer News Freshman All-American … All-MAC First Team honoree … Appeared in all 23 games, including 20 starts ... Started the first 16 matches at right back … Netted his first career goal in a win against Ohio State on Sept. 28.