GK John Berner - Berner has started 8 of Charlotte's 17 games but his numbers are slightly worse than their other keeper's.
M Zach Pfeffer - Pfeffer has appeared in 11 of Charlotte's games, starting 3 of them. He has no goals or assists.
F Caleb Calvert - Calvert has started 15 matches for the Independence and is their co-leading scorer with 4 goals and an assist.
Colorado Springs (USL):
D Joseph Greenspan - Greenspan has started both games he's been eligible for since going down I-25. In his first game he picked up two yellows and was ejected and suspended for the next match.
F Conor Doyle - Doyle hasn't played for the Switchbacks yet.
M Juan Ramirez - Talleres has not started its season yet.
Also this weekend the rest of the All-Star roster was revealed. After the top teams had nobody voted into the game Jermaine Jones was named to the team by Dominic Kinnear. All told the top 3 teams in the league (Colorado, Dallas, and LA) had a total of 3 all-start, 1 each. Meanwhile Montreal, 7th overall, had 3 all-stars. In fact the teams that got multiple all-stars are 4th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, and 11th overall which suggests that having stars doesn't actually help you win, which seems puzzling.
The most ridiculous thing is that the Rapids are far and away the best defense in the league (5 goals better than LA, 8 goal better than anyone else) but not a single Rapids defender made the All-Star game. Axel Sjoberg should be an All_Star and you can make cases for MacMath, Cronin, and Azira.
In the end though I think its actually good for the Rapids. One less game of wear on legs and one less chance for injury.