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USMNT player ratings in FIFA 22



USMNT player ratings

The 2022 Fifa USMNT player ratings have been released. All you gamers out there should read this. The newest installment of EA Sports’ renowned FIFA video game series has been published, replete with updated player rankings (and new player nationalities).

The major adjustments to ratings occur when new games are released, though they are updated occasionally throughout the year. Let’s examine the situation.

Biggest advancements

Bryan Reynolds, who increased his overall rating by a staggering 15 points, from 51 to 66, since the publication of FIFA 22 is the player who has made the most progress. To think that he was 51 overall a year ago is absurd. The next two closest are Joe Scally and Ricardo Pepi, with ages of 65 and 62, respectively.

Biggest reductions

Although national team stalwarts Yedlin, Bradley, Altidore, and Guzan have all lost 3 points since the publication of FIFA 21, national team fans are more interested in Justin Morrow and Dom Dwyer, who have experienced the biggest declines in FIFA 22.

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Dual national action

After the release of FIFA 22, a few players changed their national teams. Yunus Musah and Jordan Pefok, who are named in the game as Jordan Siebatcheu, respectively, joined the US from England and France. We also lost David Ochoa, Ayo Akinola, Alex Roldan, and Eriq Zavaleta to Concacaf foes.

Additions: USMNT player ratings

The young USMNT player pool has a lot of fresh faces that weren’t even in FIFA 21 when it was published, including Konrad de la Fuente, Caden Clark, Matthew Hoppe, Richy Ledezma, Justin Che, Cade Cowell, and many others who have recently made their club debuts.


Several unimportant national team players are absent from FIFA 22. (at least not yet). Ike Opara and Eric Lichaj were removed from the list since they were completely out of contract, Luis Robles retired, and Joe Efford was demoted from Belgium’s first division while playing for Waasland-Beveren. Several players also transferred to organizations outside of FIFA (including Josh Perez, Uly Llanez, Kenny Saief, Mix Diskerud, and Josh Perez, who is an El Salvador national now anyway).

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players with a lot of potential for career mode

Many USMNT regulars that fall under the “high potential” category won’t come as a great surprise, however Caden Clark and Jess Ferreira are a couple relative outsiders.

Top US Players: USMNT player ratings

Here are the best FIFA options available right now in terms of overall rating alone if you want to play with USA players:

a position after another


Brad Guzan’s downgrading from last year is the largest modification. Matt Turner and Zack Steffen both received a good +1 uptick.

Middle backs

The two largest movers in the top tier are Chris Richards and Mark McKenzie, however it’s good to see John Brooks also moving up. The highest improvement goes to Henry Kessler, in part because he was graded so poorly to begin with.

Right back

Bryan Reynolds, Joe Scally, Kyle Duncan, and Julian Araujo are four RBs who have made significant progress. After Sergio Dest, there are a lot of options in this position thanks to it and DeAndre Yedlin’s missed 3-pointer.

Right backs

After Antonee Robinson, the left back position is quite open, but it’s encouraging to see young players on the right path like George Bello, Sam Vines, and John Tolkin.

Defensive midfielders

The two players who have progressed the most since the last round are James Sands and Aidan Morris, yet no one comes close to Tyler Adams.

Middle range

The rivalry for CM positions has become considerably more fascinating as a result of the significant improvements made by Cole Bassett, Leon Flach, Taylor Booth, Eryk Williamson, and Luca de la Torre over the previous season.

attacking midfielders

Last year, Gio Reyna received the largest improvement, followed by Djordje Mihailovic and Alan Soora.


The pool of wingers hasn’t changed much, but youthful Kevin Paredes has significantly improved from his initial 52 overall rating.


It’s encouraging to watch men like Tim Weah and Daryl Dike develop, but Ricardo Pepi, who went from 53 to 65 in just one season, is once again the clear outlier. In the next 12 months, given the appropriate club situation, it doesn’t seem impossible to think he could perform the exact same jump.

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