Nov. 15, 2002
What were you doing during that memorable Sweet 16 landmark year of life? Entering your junior year of high school? Learning to drive Dad's stick-shift? Going on that first big date? Well, U.S. Under-20 forward Santino Quaranta was living in training at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. A few months after his birthday, he was getting drafted by his hometown professional soccer team, D.C. United. Five months later, he was playing in the 2001 MLS All-Star Game as the youngest player in league history to do so.