USWNT 2024 Olympics roster power rankings: Jaedyn Shaw and Mia Fishel surge as Alex Morgan dips amid 11-game goal drought

USWNT Olympics Power Rankings GFXGOAL

The 2023 World Cup ended far too soon for the United States women's national team. Fortunately for them, that's in the past, and they won't have to wait long for a chance to reassert themselves on the world stage.

Just one year separates the World Cup and the 2024 Olympics, which is great news for a USWNT group that will no doubt be motivated by their stunning last-16 exit in Australia and New Zealand. The program is very much feeling the ramifications of that exit, with Vlatko Andonovski's exit pushing the team into a new era, one that will begin without retired stars Megan Rapinoe and Julie Ertz.

No new coach has been named yet, but whoever takes over won't have a long runway to work with. They'll have just a few camps to get things together before the Olympics kick-off with a USWNT that should look pretty different compared to their World Cup squad.

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Plenty of familiar faces will remain, of course, as you can't complete a total rebuild in a matter of months. However, the USWNT's young stars look ready to step up, with faces both new and familiar eager to make it onto the 18-player roster this summer.

With that mind, GOAL will be ranking each player's likelihood of making the roster all the way through to Paris 2024:

Previous update: September 26, 2023.