Jayden Nelson’s transfer to Norwegian giants Rosenborg during the off-season was a fine reward for the Canadian youngster.
Nelson showed remarkable progress in 2022 for Toronto FC as he stepped in for the injured Mark-Anthony Kaye and shined in a hybrid midfield role behind Lorenzo Insigne.
Now, it seems like it’s Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty’s turn to follow the same path. Marshall-Rutty has seen a few appearances in midfield, mainly due to the slew of injuries at TFC. While he’s far from the finished product, the soon-to-be 19-year-old is showing some encouraging flashes.
Here is a comprehensive breakdown of Marshall-Rutty’s progress in 2023.