Washington Spirit head coach praised the 19-year-old Trinity Rodman as she prepares for the 2021 NWSL season.
Regardless of not playing a single minute in school at
due to the COVID-19 widespread, top USWNT prospect striker turned into the second-generally pick in the 2021
Draft recently and has experienced the staggering assumptions that accompany being the alliance's most youthful ever determination.
Be that as it may, the Washington Spirit's starlet has so far shown her "tremendous talent" during the club's preseason and offered direct assaulting play, as indicated by lead trainer Richie Burke.
Rodman, alongside individual Spirit newbies Anna Heilferty, Sydney Schneider, and Mariana Speckmaier, marked new agreements this previous week, with Rodman's arrangement set to for the next three years.
"Expectations can be burdensome for some new professionals, especially when you're the youngest player taken in the draft and selected very early at the second pick," Burke said to theclub's official website
"Trinity has shown already in training that she is a tremendous talent and the pressure to meet those high expectations has not affected her in any way during this preseason period.
"We have seen glimpses of her speed and directness in match-play situations and I'm really excited to see her playing at the NWSL level to see what she can do against some experienced pros."
Added Rodman in avideo
posted to the Spirit's Twitter account:
"It's an extremely high level, and I think it's awesome to be able to play with such intense players
The Spirit will confront the Orlando Pride next Saturday in another game.
Their first Challenge Cup game will be on April 10, when they take on the North Carolina Courage.