U.S. Soccer announced the travel roster earlier today and all 26 players who had been called into camp will be making the trip to Brazil. Initially the roster had been expected to be cut down to 23 players. Two of the players are will be sticking around Dynamo midfielder Brad Davis and goal keeper Tally Hall.
Both Davis and Hall are hoping to make the roster for the World Cup which will be host this summer in Brazil making this camp vital for them both. Davis has 12 caps with the squad and is consider to be on the bubble to make the trip. Hall on the other hand has yet to get a national team cap and is consider a very long shot to make the roster.
The current national team camp is headed to Brazil for 12 days to help prepare for this summer's World Cup. While in Brazil the team will participate in two closed door scrimmages before headed back to the United State to play in a friendly against South Korea on February 1.