2013 Rookie Watch: Brown Continues To Impress

2013 Rookie Watch: Brown Continues To Impress

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On May 28, 2013
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  • 2013 MLS Season, 2013 Rookie Watch, 2013 Week 13, Deshorn Brown, Features
Deshorn Brown is quietly having a strong rookie season. (Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports)

Deshorn Brown is quietly having a strong rookie season. (Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports)

The holiday weekend was pretty good to the MLS rookies. Seven rookies went the full 90 minutes over the weekend with two more coming close going over 80 minutes of play.

But the big story out of the rookie camp had to be Colorado Rapids forward Deshorn Brown and his two assists on the night against Chivas USA. Brown helped set up both Colorado goals in the 2-0 win on Saturday night, giving Brown the edge the rookie stat race so far this season with two goals and three assists. Not bad for the Generation adidas star.

Elsewhere, Walker Zimmerman got his first start for FC Dallas at home against San Jose. He made a couple good stops on the evening and even helped get the counter attack going that lead to the only goal of that game for Dallas.

Here is how the rest of the rookies did in Week 13.

Week 13 Minutes:

90 Andrew Farrell (New England)
90 Deshorn Brown (Colorado) – 2 assists
90 Carlos Salcedo (Real Salt Lake)
90 DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle)
90 Walker Zimmerman (FC Dallas)
90 Adam Jahn (San Jose)
90 Carlos Alvarez (Chivas USA)
90 Greg Cochrane (LA)
83 Gyasi Zardes (LA)
82 Scott Caldwell (New England)
46 Dillion Powers (Colorado)
45 Jonathan Osorio (Toronto)
29 Blake Smith (Montreal) – 1 goal
3 Jason Johnson (Houston)

*Made MLS Debut

Total minutes for the season:

Homegrown Players:

DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle) 899 minutes, 1 assist
Scott Caldwell (New England) 425 minutes
Armando Moreno (New York) 2 minutes
Jonathan Osorio (Toronto) 223 minutes, 2 goal
London Woodberry (FC Dallas) 326 minutes
Maxim Tissot (Montreal) 92 minutes
Wandrille Lefevre (Montreal) 36 minutes
Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) 207 minutes – 1 goal
Carlos Salcedo (Real Salt Lake) 271 minutes

SuperDraft picks:

#1 Andrew Farrell (New England) 990 minutes
#2 Carlos Alvarez (Chivas) 620, 1 goal
#3 Kyle Bekker (Toronto  FC) 123 minutes
#4 Kekuta Manneh (Vancouver) 142 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist
#5 Erik Hurtado (Vancouver) 394 minutes, 1 assist
#6 Deshorn Brown (Colorado) 813 minutes, 2 goals, 3 assists
#7 Walker Zimmerman (FC Dallas) 96 minutes
#8 Blake Smith (Montreal) 75 minutes – 1 goal
#9 Ryan Finley (Columbus) 38 minutes
#10 Eriq Zavaleta (Seattle) 6 minutes
#11 Dillon Powers (Colorado) 976 minutes, 2 goal, 1 assist
#12 John Stertzer (Real Salt Lake) 33 minutes
#13 Jason Johnson (Houston) 16 minutes
#16 Emery Welshman (Toronto FC) 5 minutes
#17 Taylor Kemp (DC United) 45 minutes
#19 Charlie Rugg (LA Galaxy) 126 minutes, 1 goal
#21 Donnie Smith (New England) 53 minutes
#29 Devon Sandoval (Real Salt Lake) 515 minutes – 1 goal
#30 Yazid Atouba (Chicago Fire) 55 minutes
#38 Greg Cochrane (LA Galaxy) 488 minutes

Supplemental Picks:

Adam Jahn (San Jose) 614 minutes, 4 goals
Taylor Morgan (Toronto FC) 15 minutes
Leonardo Fernandes (Philadelphia) 1 minute

  • Curious how this year compares to previous year for rookie minutes. It seems as though there’s been several break out players this season across the MLS.