Hometown: Kennesaw, Ga.
Who's got next? Well, it might be this remarkable group of 14 teenagers whose sports resumes are impressive despite their young age. Over the next few years it'll be fun to see how far their dreams will carry them -- whether it be college stardom, professional titles or Olympic gold. Here are SI.com's future game changers, with a related poll at gallery's end:
One of a talented crop of current U.S. U-17 National Team goalkeepers, Jane Campbell hopes to one day follow in the ranks of U.S. national team stars Brianna Scurry and Hope Solo. During the recent CONCACAF U-17 tournament, she had five straight shutouts and did not concede a single goal in all 450 minutes of the tournament. Campbell's performance earned the U.S a berth in the 2012 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Azerbaijan.
"Hope Solo is the best goalkeeper in the world right now and if I want to be like her I have to keep reaching my own smaller goals," Campbell recently told U.S. Soccer's website. The daughter of a pair of former Navy pilots -- her father Mike flew in the Blue Angels -- the 17-year-old has already committed to play at Stanford in the fall of 2013, when she graduates from the Darlington School (Rome, Ga.).