After last night’s eventful 2-2 draw against Colorado, there’s more good news for Loons fans as 14 Minnesota United players have been added to FIFA 17’s most popular game mode, FIFA Ultimate team.
The highest rated players are Vadim Demidov, John Alvbage, and Kevin Molino, who all managed to snag a 72 rating in-game. Collin Martin and Patrick McLain are the two lowest rated Loons, checking in at ratings of 56 and 58 respectively. As it currently stands, the best possible rating that you can achieve with a roster of Minnesota United players is a 68 overall, two-and-a-half star team.
One of the more interesting player ratings is Jermaine Taylor, who at an overall of 69 is the fourth-highest rated player out of the bunch, ahead of Bashkim Kadrii, Miguel Ibarra, and Collen Warner.
It appears as though the players that came to Minnesota United from the NASL were not in the FIFA database and as such were not included in this roster update. Notable missing players include Justin Davis, Ibson, Rasmus Schuller, and Brent Kallman. Francisco Calvo is also notably absent as well due to the fact that FIFA does not have the licensing for the Costa Rican Primera Division.
Below is a chart containing the rating and position for each player added earlier today. What are your thoughts on EA’s evaluation of the Loons’ roster? Let us know in the comments below.
Minnesota United Player Ratings