Winners Brek Shea: came in as a sub and immediately had a positive impact. Shea is making a very strong claim to the attacking sub role at WC2014. Danny Williams: came in as a sub and also had immediate impact. Was very aggressive at attacking with the ball and played good defense. Eye catching return to the USMNT. Graham Zusi: strong wide 2-way play cemented his claim as a potential starter at the big dance. Wondo: 2 goals v Korea keeps him in the conversation Losers Sacha Kljestan: very good player but just not a fit with what the team needs. A terrible performance coupled with an eye-catching effort by DW pushes Sacha out to the fringe. Edgar Castillo: undid the goodwill he earned with his attacking flair in his prior matches with a dreadful display v Ukraine. Still may make the 30 with good club performances the next 2 months. Brad Davis: poor overall play v Korea pushes him to the fringe of the fringe. A strong performance v Mexico may keep him in the 30 for camp. Brad Evans: likely lost his slot at RB with his Korea performance. How far could he fall given Parkhurst's strong performance at LB in that same match? Hold Gooch: when the staff reviews the tape for individual performances Gucci played good 1v1, was a physical handful in the aeriel game, played the ball out the back very well, was composed on the ball and still displayed that 'nasty' attitude. JK loves nasty and the lack of a 'nasty' attitude is one reason for him not yet all in on the Besler/Gonzalez pairing. Puzzles AJ: other than his wide open volley did nothing to distinguish himself as an attacking sub. Did not add the spark, intensity, or aggressive attacking moments that one expects from a 65 sub, down a goal. Starting to look like he may be painted with the"soft" brush, similar to Mix during CC2013. Mix stepped it up after JK's call out so hopefully AJ will do the same.