The PrepSoccer state rankings for the class of 2027 continue next week with a look at Texas. The rankings for this class are still going through some tinkering, but the top talent has cemented their place for this class. Learn…
The PrepSoccer state rankings for the class of 2027 continue next week with a look at Texas. The rankings for this class are still going through some tinkering, but the top talent has cemented their place for this class.
Learn more about our scouting process for the 2027 class here.
Check out a scouting report on the top five players from the 2027 class in Texas below. And check back next week for the full release of the state rankings.
is a center midfielder for DKSC 09 Boys ECNL, DKSC 07 Girls ECNL, and the US U14 Girls National Team. She comes from a soccer family, her older brother Caleb is a top prospect at FC Dallas academy. Caroline has made a name for herself in her own way. The youngster has been training and earning a key role with a top Boys club team in her age group. She uses her smarts and skill to impact the game. She’s very good at moving off the ball and working to find space to get the ball back from a teammate. When she has played against her peers, she has been a dominant two-way midfielder. Tough in the tackle, smooth on the dribble, and capable of taking over the game whenever needed. Swann’s potential is easy to spot. The competitive drive is there for the youngster to be the best whenever she steps on the field – and she keeps looking for a bigger challenge.
Aguilar is one of the standouts on the new look Solar SC 09 ECNL team. She was with the team last year and has continued to impress at the start of this campaign. She has been part of the US Soccer Youth National Teams with call-ups at the regional and national level. She plays on the wing either side. She immediately stands out from game film in how she moves. She operates at a different speed that most. She is rarely always in one speed – but does an excellent job in varying her pace so she’s unpredictable to defend and utilizes her quick twitch first step. She could improve on her strength on the ball to withstand tackles in the open field and keep her balance, which will elevate her game especially in the transition aspects of the game. On the ball, she has an excellent first touch, and she plays with her head up. She is always scanning and makes key passes regularly. Aguilar is one of the wingers on the Solar team that will be fighting to lead the ECNL Texas Conference in assists this season. Even though she looks unselfish, she still has that strikers hunger and has already scored a few this season. She’s one of those rare players who can influence a game in a variety of ways – chance creation, finishing, and pressure breaking. Aguilar has among the highest ceiling of players in the 2027 class.
Andries was one of the players who switched teams during the offseason. She previously played for DKSC. She is now one of the midfielders on the Solar SC 09 ECNL group. She is highly rated by US Soccer and was called into the US U14 Girls National Team camp in Chula Vista in May. She can play as a No. 8 or as a No. 6 or No. 4/5. I think she fits in better in the midfield, but it’s easy to see how her attributes could be used to develop an excellent central defender. She is confident on the ball and strong in the tackle. She has fit in well with the Solar style of play. She can play quick combinations through the center or put her put on the ball and look to recirculate through options. Defensively, she’s good at putting in a tackle and dictating where the game is played. She stood out from game film in her movement away from the ball. She reads and anticipates really well. Andries is one to watch as she takes on a larger role with her new team.
Han is another new addition to the Solar roster for this season. She brings quite the list of accomplishments including call-ups to the US U14 Girls National Team Talent ID National Camp in May. She plays outside back for Solar 09 – I’ve seen her mainly at right back. There’s a pretty easy player comparison for her – and the development profile is already at the club but it’s lofty praise at this point. Han stands out for her strong technical foundation. Confident on the ball with either foot, she looks like a center midfielder playing outside back. She is outstanding in possession. She isn’t the speedy wingback player profile, but rather the skillful right back who rarely loses possession of the ball. Improving on her tactical understanding in the transition elements of the game will be the key to her development this season, as Solar figures to hold possession for long stretches and teams try to counter them. Han will often be in the spotlight against top wingers. She’s held her own through the start of the season and there is reason to believe she’ll end up as one of the best defenders in this class.
Wiseman plays as a center back for the Lonestar SC 09 GA Red team. She is part of the US U14 Girls National Team program. From a game film, it’s easy to see why she impressed US Soccer Scouts. She plays like a veteran defender. There are a ton of things she does well – including her decision-making. She eliminates a lot of mistakes with her approach to the game. She likes to be the leader for her defense and is often the last line of defense. She is also going to drop deep to receive the ball because she likes the game in front of her. She is right footed and an excellent passer. She’s shown on game film that she can hit a variety of passes with accuracy consistently. One-on-one Wiseman is a solid defender. She is good standing players up and delaying them or forcing them into a bad touch. She could improve in her angles in approach, she can get flat sometimes and speedsters can punish those mistakes when they get one step advantage. Wiseman has improved her game consistently in recent months and looks to be one of the best center backs in Texas.