POLL: Greatest Jamaican player in MLS history?

Ricketts, Williams, Marshall, Harris, Cummings — or someone else?

The Houston Dynamo signed Jamaican international central defender Jermaine Taylor on Wednesday, adding to a long list of Reggae Boyzz who have plied their trade in MLS.

Jamaica has certainly sent some gems this way, too. Take, for example, the following:


Damani Ralph:
Bagged 22 goals in 55 games for the Chicago Fire after breaking the rookie scoring record with 11 tallies in 2003.


Wolde Harris:
Scored 50 goals over a six-year stint with the Colorado Rapids and the New England Revolution.

Tyrone Marshall: Now in his 14th MLS season, Marshall has won two MLS Cups, two Supporters' Shields, two Western Conference Championships and two US Open Cups.


Omar Cummings:
Last year Cummings tallied a career-high 14 goals, adding to his overall haul of 30 in four seasons. He also has 19 career assists to his name.


Andy Williams:
An RSL original, Williams was the Claret-and-Cobalt's first selection in the 2004 Expansion Draft. He owns rings for the MLS Cup, Supporters' Shield and the US Open Cup.


Donovan Ricketts:
The LA goalkeeper is comparatively new to MLS, but he's certainly made his mark, collecting both Supporters' Shield and Goalkeeper of the Year honors last season.

But who's the most impressive? Who's the greatest Jamaican player in MLS history? Let us know!