Jack Harrison was just shy of his sixth birthday when professional scouts started calling. He was 7 when he began training with Manchester United. And he was 8 when he signed an agreement to play in the team’s youth academy.
Their smiles are contagious. Perhaps that's one of the reasons why Walani Ndhlovu and Another Kushaina, a pair of native Africans on the men's soccer team, have quickly conquered most of their cultural challenges and adapted rather smoothly to their temporary home on the Union College campus.