Inter Miami CF has announced today that Tyler Hall, an academy graduate, has signed as a Homegrown Player for the First Team.
The defender’s contract runs through the 2027 Major League Soccer (MLS) season with an option for 2028. This makes him the eighth Inter Miami CF Academy product to sign for the First Team.
Hall was selected as one of the top 44 best youth soccer players in North America to play in the 2023 MLS NEXT All-Star Game. He represented Inter Miami CF Academy in the game.
This achievement is a testament to his skills and potential as a professional player. Hall’s signing as a Homegrown Player is a significant milestone in his career, and it shows the club’s commitment to developing young talent.
Why Did Inter Miami Sign Tyler Hall?
Inter Miami CF’s decision to sign Hall as a Homegrown Player is a strategic move that benefits both the club and the player.
Homegrown Players are exempt from the MLS SuperDraft, which means that they do not count against the team’s salary cap.
This gives teams more flexibility in building their rosters and allows them to invest in developing young talent.
For Hall, signing as a Homegrown Player means that he gets to play for his hometown club and receive professional training and support from experienced coaches and players.
Additionally, he gets to train and play with an MLS club that has exploded with the signing of Lionel Messi and other international stars.