Former Inter Miami star Lewis Morgan had an excellent first season with the Red Bulls. The Scotsman is one of the best defensive forwards in the league, and he tied a career-high with 14 goals last season.
Brazilian midfielder Luquinhas came to New York last season as a Designated Player with plenty of fanfare. He started his MLS career strong, but fizzled out down the stretch. He'll be looking to build on his five goal, three assist campaign last year.
Homegrown left back John Tolkin is one of the best young players in MLS. The local product brings tons of energy, swagger and skill along the Red Bulls' left flank. He can whip in crosses, beat players on the dribble and still get stuck in on the press.
Dante Vanzeir (If he's available)
RBNY splashed some cash to solve it's longstanding striker problem. The club signed Belgian striker Dante Vanzeir after three-straight seasons scoring double-digit goals. He'll be a major difference maker for New York this year, but he might not be available Saturday after a late arrival to the US.