Jurgen Klinsmann wants to get a better picture of what his squad will look like for its likely trip to Brazil next year.
If the U.S. national team's current form continues through July, he will have some tougher decisions to make than previously anticipated.
As the Americans prepare to take on Honduras in the semifinals of the Gold Cup on Wednesday night at Cowboys Stadium, they bring with them a national-team record nine match winning streak and a bevy of second-teamers looking to impress.
''It's an opportunity for us to see players coming through the system, and you want to evaluate them and see them in every training session,'' said Klinsmann, who took over the team after a second-place finish in the 2011 version of the CONCACAF championship. ''You want to see them every minute they are on the field in order to get a better picture of them towards the World Cup in 2014.''
So far, those looking to catch Klinsmann's eye have done so.
The United States has won all four of its g...