2014 Rookie Watch: Shipp Setting The Pace

2014 Rookie Watch: Shipp Setting The Pace

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On April 1, 2014
  • 2014 MLS Season, 2014 Rookie Watch, 2014 Week 4

Four weeks into the regular season and the rookie race continues to be pretty slim. Nine players from the rookie class were loaned out, leaving a select few to step up and set the pace for the rookies in 2014.

For now Chicago’s Harrison Shipp is setting the pace with two assists. We shouldn’t be shocked by this early pace by Shipp as he helped lead Notre Dame to a national title last fall.

Week 4 minutes:

90 Eric Miller (Montreal)
90 John Berner (Colorado)
90 Jared Watts (Colorado)
90 Harrison Shipp (Chicago) – one assist
87 Thomas McNamara (Chivas)
45 Patrick Mullins (New England)
14 Sean Okoli (Seattle)
4 Marc Sherrod (Houston)
2 Marlon Hairston (Colorado)
1 Adam Bedell (Columbus)

*Made MLS Debut

Total minutes for the season:

Homegrown Players:

Harrison Shipp (Chicago) – 246 minutes, 2 assist
Sean Okoli (Seattle) – 18 minutes
Jordan Allen (Real Salt Lake) – 9 minutes

SuperDraft picks:

#3 Christian Dean (Vancouver Whitecaps) 13 minutes
#5 Eric Miller (Montreal) 360 minutes
#9 JJ Koval (San Jose) 78 minutes
#11 Patrick Mullins (New England) 45 minutes
#12 Marlon Hairston (Colorado) 2 minutes
#20 Thomas McNamara (Chivas USA) 336 minutes, 1 goal
#32 Marc Sherrod (Houston) 6 minutes
#33 Jared Watts (Colorado) 90 minutes
#35 John Berner (Colorado) 270 minutes
#40 Kris Tyrpak (Chivas USA) 22 minutes, 1 assist
#45 Adam Bedell (Columbus) 4 minutes
#57 Alex Martinez (Sporting KC) 15 minutes

If anything is incorrect or out of place, be sure to let me know in the comments below. 

  • mattmhoffman

    Not to nit pick but Thomas McNamara come out at the 87th minute.