Tottenham’s Incoming Academy Players

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Cameron Carter-Vickers (17) – Center Back

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Cameron Carter-Vickers needs more time to develop but will be a star in the future.

Playing at the center back position, Tottenham would be getting a gem of a player who has worked on his craft immensely. Carter-Vickers will become one of the building blocks for Tottenham when called upon.

Here’s his stats from the U-21 Premier League.

Appearances: 11 games with 10 starts and one sub (Two games as club captain)

The other 11 games in the U-21 Premier League, saw him not be named among the starting eleven or on the bench. Two of these eleven matches saw him called up to the United States U-20 squad which would compete in the FIFA U-20 World Cup.

**(unfortunately Squawka doesn’t have U-21 Premier League stats)**

His time with the U.S. Men’s U-20 Youth squad, showed a sound and technical defender. He gets the job done without committing many fouls and helps his goalkeeper clear the ball. Along with his defensive prowess, Carter-Vickers can help out on offense during corner kicks, as his 1.86m frame (6’1″) will help him get headers.