Uriel Antuna, 25, is 10th. Cruz Azul's winger also plays for the Mexican national team. Antuna started at Santos Laguna. He joined Laguna in 2017. The Mexican player made his Under-20 debut the same year.
Nestor Araujo, Celta Vigo's center-back and Olympic gold medalist, is next. Nestor plays for Mexico. Araujo played for Cruz Azul's youth team from 2007 to 2013. Later, he joined Cruz Azul's senior team. The 31-year-international old's debut was in 2011. Araujo was loaned to Santos Laguna then signed by the club in 2014.
Erick Aguirre, 25, is Mexico's eighth-best player. Monterrey's left-back made his professional debut in 2014. Aguirre was at Morelia's youth academy from 2012 to 2015. He made his club debut. His Under-17 debut was in 2013.
Edson Alvarez is Mexico's sixth-best soccer player. He's a 25-year-old professional signed with Ajax and Mexico. Alvarez played for America's youth squad from 2014 to 2016, when he made his senior debut. He debuted with the Under-18 national team in 2015.
Diego Lainez, 22, is a winger for Real Betis and Mexico. He started with America's Youth Academy. Lainez was in the youth academy from 2012 to 2017 before joining the senior team. Three days later, he made his league debut against Leon.
Hector Herra is a midfielder for Atletico Madrid and the Mexico national team. Herrera was in Pachuca's youth academy from 2007-2011. Hector made his senior team debut in 2010 and his national team debut in the 2012 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament.
29 Jesus Corona is a winger for Sevilla and Mexico. He started with Monterrey youth academy. Corona was in the youth academy from 2008 to 2010 and debuted in 2010. Since then, he's played for Twente and Porto until joining Sevilla in 2022.
Hirving Lozano plays for Serie A club Napoli and the Mexican national team. 2014 marked the 27-year-senior old's debut. He attended Pachuca youth academy from 2006 to 2014. Lozano later joined the senior team. Pachuca: 152 games, 44 goals.
Raul Jimenez, 31, is Mexico's top player. He plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers and England. Jimenez joined America youth academy in 2008. 2011 was his club debut. He won his first title and was the team's second-highest scorer.