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ATLANTA — Atlanta United defender Caleb Wiley and forward Tyler Wolff have been called up to the upcoming U.S. Under-20 Men’s Youth National Team training camp, U.S. Soccer announced today. Wiley and Wolff will head to Bradenton, Florida for the camp from Jan. 19-29. The pair of Homegrowns join a long list of Atlanta players who have been called up to youth national teams this month.

Wiley, 18, is coming off his debut season in MLS where he made 18 starts and played in 26 matches. The Homegrown defender scored one goal and had two assists while playing over 1,500 minutes in league play. Wiley joined Atlanta United’s Academy at the age of 11 in the club’s inaugural U-12 team in 2016. He’s progressed through the Academy and made his professional debut in July 2020 for ATL UTD 2, becoming the youngest player in club history to appear in a professional match. Wiley has represented the United States at both the U-17 and U-20 level previously. He played with the U-20s in the Revelations Cup last October.

Wolff, 19, was recently recalled from his loan stint with SK Beveren in Belgium. In the past three seasons, Wolff has combined for 17 appearances in MLS for Atlanta United, with seven starts. The Homegrown forward picked up his first career assist at the beginning of 2022 in a victory against Charlotte FC. Wolff played with the U.S. U-20 national team last summer in the Concacaf Championship and scored in the final to help lead the team to victory, which also qualified U.S. men’s soccer for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, France.

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