Just curious about the MLS satelite academies that are popping up like RSL-Arizona and Chicago Fire Mississippi, etc.... Are their limits to the number of these academies MLS team can have outside their markets? Do the MLS teams have the "homegrown" right to these players like they do the ones that come through their "mothership" academy? What happens if two MLS teams set their sites on a fertile area of soccer talent - the Carolinas, Miami, Michigan, San Diego, Rio Grande Valley, St. Louis, etc... - do they just run competing satelite academies or does the league have to decide who gets to have that market? Is it first come, first serve? I think anything that encourages MLS teams to go out and scout and develop talent is a good thing. So I'm all in favor of more of these satelite academies popping up. I'm just curious what the rules (understanding that "rules" in MLS is rather nebulous) are for these satelite academies and claiming players.