The 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup is only weeks away and the Red Bulls will be sending their reps to the most prestigious international soccer tournament in North America.
While none of the players were selected to the 40-man USMNT preliminary squad, three Red Bulls have been selected to join other countries that are participating.
Red Bulls starting defenders Kemar Lawrence and Michael Amir Murillo were selected to join Jamaica and Panama respectively.
Lawrence has been a consistent starter for Jamaica for several years, getting 34 caps in the process.
Murillo got his first caps for the team in 2016 and has nine so far. As of writing he is already with Panama for the team's World Cup qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Honduras this weekend, and could get his 10th cap for the team with an appearance in either game.
NYRBII forward Junior Flemmings was named to Jamaica's preliminary roster as well. Flemmings is uncapped for the Reggae Boyz but has represented Jamaica at the U-17 and U-20 squads and made the bench for the team in World Cup qualifying last year.
All three have played well-above expectations in the United States this season and are sure to represent their nations well.