Toronto FC has retained 14 players from last season, such was the magnitude of its roster turnover under new coach and sporting director Bob Bradley.
Among the 14 is a handful of promising young players, spearheaded by 17-year-old Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty, who is poised for a breakout season at right fullback.
Another potential standout is Ralph Priso, whose 2021 campaign was prematurely cut short due to a season-ending ankle injury. Prior to undergoing surgery, Priso was hitting his stride in the midfield and at 19 years of age, he can still get back to that level, and even surpass it, in 2022.
Here is a breakdown of what he can provide TFC under Bob Bradley this season.