2. Iván Angulo
Iván Angulo scored Orlando's lone goal Saturday, and for that alone he'd deserve a shout. But the Colombian had a strong all-around game and showed he's going to push for starting minutes this season.
Angulo is a hard working player, but he has more than enough creative and technical ability to be a positive contributor in the final third. He can beat players off the dribble better than just about anyone in the squad and gets into the box to become a weapon in the final third.
As Orlando figures out its tactical set up, Angulo's mix of skill, speed and hard work on the left flank will earn him valuable minutes no matter how the team lines up.