3. Michael Halliday
Most of Orlando's best attacking sequences involved Halliday bombing down the right flank. The young fullback is always looking to get in behind the back line, and he's one of the most dynamic off-ball movers on the team.
He holds the width well and always offers an outlet wide and in behind. Halliday put dangerous chances past Charlotte's narrow backline, and with a bit of finishing luck he could've had an assist or two.
However, Halliday did get beat twice by Kerwin Vargas in his own box, including on the eventual game-winning goal. The Apopka, Florida, product is still growing as a complete player, and his defensive game is a work in progress.