The second overall pick in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, Taylor Twellman is one of the elite professional soccer players in the world. The former New England Revolution forward had an immediate impact on the team in his rookie season by becoming the first player in franchise history to win the MLS scoring title, tallying 52 points in 2002. Twellman was a five-time MLS all-star, 2005 league MVP and is the New England Revolution’s all-time leading goal scorer with 91. Since retiring at the end of the 2009 season, Twellman founded the THINKTaylor Foundation, which is dedicated to creating social change in the world of Traumatic Brain Injuries by generating increased awareness, recognition and education. Twellman currently works as a television analyst for ESPN.