2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

Updated December 15, 2020


  • Signed first professional contract with Revolution II on Nov. 30, 2020.
  • Trained professionally with West Ham United, Queens Park Rangers, Aberdeen FC, and Hartford Athletic prior to joining New England.
  • Graduate of Atlanta United Academy program as the tenth-ranked goalkeeper in the Academy class of 2021.
  • Received three separate call-ups to U.S. U-17 Youth National Team camps in 2018.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER: Signed by New England Revolution II to the USL League One roster on Nov. 30, 2020…Added to the 2019 Atlanta United 2 roster but did not appear in any games…Had separate training stints at West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers in late 2018 and Aberdeen FC in early 2020…Went on trial at Hartford Athletic in the summer of 2020.

ACADEMY CAREER: Spent two seasons with the Atlanta United Academy from 2018-20, making 13 appearances including 11 starts between the U-17 and U-19 levels…Developed with the Boston Bolts Academy prior to joining Atlanta’s program midway through the fall of 2018…Made 55 appearances for the Bolts, starting 52 times…Ranked tenth among goalkeepers and 87th overall among Academy graduates in the Class of 2021 according to TopDrawerSoccer.com.

NATIONAL TEAM (UNITED STATES): Received an invitation to the U.S. Youth National Team Summit Camp in January 2018 for the U-17 team…Earned invitation to U.S. U-17 team training in Chula Vista, Cal. from Feb. 24 through Mar. 4, 2018…Again received an invite to U.S. U-17 team camp in June 2018.

PERSONAL: Hails from Cambridge, Mass…His father, Michael Puckerin, was an Olympic track athlete in 1984 for Trinidad & Tobago…Nephew of Shaka Hislop, former professional goalkeeper in the English Premier League and Trinidad & Tobago National Team…Cousin of former Revolution Academy defender Prince Loney-Bailey…Attended Prospect Hill Academy Charter School in Cambridge, Mass.