FRISCO – While FC Dallas winds down its 2017 regular season, let's check in with the players who have spent time away from Frisco this year.
Walker Hume (Orange County SC, USL) – 8 GP, 8 GS,
Since arriving on loan, Hume has become a regular starter in the backline starting in eight matches and playing 720 minutes. Since his first match against Phoenix Rising FC on September 8th, Hume has been part of two clean sheets and three wins for Orange County (10-11-10), who sits in 10th place in USL's Western Conference and out of the playoff picture. The 24-year-old has racked up 46 clearances, 14 interceptions, nine blocks and has been secure on the ball making a total of 364 passes with accuracy at a rate of 85 percent.
Adonijah Reid (Ottawa Fury FC, USL) – 11 GP, 4 GS, 1 goal, 7 shots
The 18-year-old forward has continued to see minutes north of the border with Ottawa since we last checked in after his first professional goal. Since his arrival in July, the 2017 SuperDraft pick has played in eleven games totaling 504 minutes with with four starts, including 71 minutes of action before subbing off in his team’s 4-0 win over FC Cincinnati on Sunday. Ottawa (8-10-13) is also out of the USL playoff race, sitting in 11th place in the Eastern Conference
Anibal Chala (Liga de Quito, Ecuador) - 4 GS
The 21-year-old has become an integral member in the backline for LDU Quito, starting four games in the last five matches in Ecuadorian Serie A play. Quito also made a Round of 16 appearance in this year's Copa Sudamericana against Brazilian-giants Fluminense, with Chala starting in both legs of the contest.
Also Seeing Time
While spending more regular minutes with FCD during the week, defender Aaron Guillen and midfielder Jacori Hayes have both seen time with USL's Tulsa Roughnecks FC over the last few months. Hayes has been with the Tulsa Roughnecks since June, playing nine games with 673 minutes played. The first-round SuperDraft pick has made a total of 355 passes with an accuracy 82 percent accuracy rate. Guillen has played in three games with 114 minutes of action.