Add Neven Subotic to the likes of Guissepe Rossi and Edgar Castillo as good Americans playing for other countries.
Subotic, who unlike Rossi and Castillo was not born in the US, has opted for Serbia over the stars and stripes.
I don't think this is as egregious an oversight as Castillo or the inability to convince Rossi to stay home and give back to his birth country in a soccer sense but Subotic was a part of the Under-17 national team. Something about his experience here did not make him want to be a part of the senior team or represent this country.
It's a shame for the US national team because Subotic could have stepped in and challenged for a starting spot right away. I know the entire lot of US supporters is in love with Oguchi Onyewu but Subotic could have given him a run for his money. At worst, he would have made Bob Bradley's decisions much harder and would have upped the level of competition in camps.
Regardless, Subotic is history in terms of US national team prospects and the task of finding more central defense depth becomes more pressing.