Indy Eleven Professional Soccer acquires forward Elliot Collier and midfielder Diego Campos on loan from Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire. Collier joins the "Boys in Blue" pending league and federation approval, while Campos joins pending league, federation and visa approval.
“We’re excited to have Elliot and Diego be available for us,” said Indy Eleven head coach Martin Rennie. “They've both done very well in their rookie year so far with Chicago. They're exciting attacking players who have good quickness and good ability to beat people moving forward. They're a threat in the box, as well.”
Collier, 23, was drafted in the third round of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft as the 49th overall pick. The forward played four seasons at Loyola University, making 69 appearances, registering 15 goals and 11 assists in that time. In his junior and senior seasons, Collier was named to the First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference and to the United Soccer Coaches’ (USC) First Team All-West Region in 2016. Prior to Loyola, Collier played for New Zealand side Hamilton Wanders AFC in 2012, where he tallied eight goals and ten assists.
Campos, 22, was selected in the second round (38th overall) of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft from Clemson University where he scored 23 goals and added 22 assists in 81 games for the Tigers.
A native of San Jose, Costa Rica, Campos has one goal and two assists in 21 league appearances and one goal in three Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup matches this season.
Per club policy, terms of player contracts with Indy Eleven will not be released.