16 years and 262 days to be exact. That number represents the youngest player ever to make his professional debut for the Rapids. The mark was set, of course, by Homegrown Sebastian Anderson on April 27 against Atlanta United FC. Anderson added to his storybook season in the early moments of a home match against New York City FC on July 20 when he scored his first goal to break the milestone set by his teammate and friend, Cole Bassett, who held both honors for less than one year.
The number of set-piece assists recorded by the bearded maestro, Jack Price.