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Huitema signs with American super-agency, will skip NCAA and go pro


When Canadian soccer fans ask “where will Jordyn Huitema sign?” it won’t be about a letter of commitment to an NCAA powerhouse.

On Thursday the super-agency that represents a slew of past and present American soccer stars including Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach, Tobin Heath and Megan Rapinoe, announced that it had retained the Canadian teenager as a client and that she’ll be going pro right away.

Huitema, winner of the Golden Boot at the CONCACAF U-20 Championships, made a couple of guest appearances at Paris St-Germain, the club that employs Canadian fullback Ashley Lawrence.

Huitema is represented by Spencer Wadsworth of the Wasserman agency.

“We are thrilled to have Jordyn join our group of exceptional athletes at TeamWass,” said Wadsworth in a release issued by the agency. “We’re looking forward to helping Jordyn navigate through her professional career and are excited to support her goals both on and off the field.”

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