Worst Rated Players on EA Sports FC 24

With the adornment of the best wonderkids in the game, there is always space to look on the other end, the worst players. In this list, we’ll look at several low-rated players in EA Sports FC 24 and discuss their potential to become slightly better players.

Deven Sawhney (Overall 47 – Potential 61)

Playing for Odisha FC in the Indian Super League, Deven Sawhney sadly ranks among the lowest in this year’s FIFA. However, there is a bright future for Sawhney as he has a potential of 61, making him a potentially solid League One player in England if he transfers. Sawhney’s best attributes come in the movement department, scoring 64 for acceleration, 61 for sprint speed, and 64 for balance.

Defending Attributes
Defensive awareness 40
Standing tackle 48
Sliding tackle 47

Finn Moore (Overall 47 – Potential 58)

With a potential of 58, Drogheda United’s Finn Moore is a potential starter for the Irish team. Sadly, at only 17 years of age, Moore is rated only at 47, placing him on the list of the worst-rated players in the game. To a lucky surprise, Moore has a release clause of £120,000, making us think twice if EA did get his rating correct.

Goalkeeper Attributes
GK Diving 47
GK Handling 48
GK Kicking 48
GK Positioning 47
GK Reflexes 48

Max Ross (Overall 47 – Potential 72)

Another lowly-rated player is the Scottish Max Ross, who plays for the SPL team Motherwell. Also 17, Ross is a centre-back with a release clause of around £330,000. Unlike the above two, Ross shows much more promise, with a potential of 72. This capability establishes him as a conceivable starter for the Motherwell side, which currently has a rating of 63. If potential overall were reached, Ross would be the strongest player on the Motherwell side, which shows you can’t trust the original rating in the game.

Defending Attributes
Defensive awareness 50
Standing tackle 52
Sliding tackle 53

Brian Romero (Overall 48 – Potential 73)

American football player Brian Romero enters the list with a high potential of 73 but a low starting overall of only 48. I’m still trying to figure out what he did to the scouts, but I want more from this 17-year-old right winger. Romero, who currently plays for Charlotte in the MLS, has some decent movement attributes, including balance at 81 and sprint speed at a respectable 68.

Movement
Acceleration 60
Sprint speed 68
Agility 56
Reactions 33
Balance 81

Dennis Egel (Overall 48 – Potential 68)

Egel of 3. Liga’s Sandhausen is another player with some decent potential and could hang in the English Championship with a potential of 68. Egel is another centre-back with some good pace for his position, certainly capable of becoming a solid player if his defensive stats improve. At 5’11, Egel isn’t the tallest centre-back but has a potentially great future ahead of him.

Defending
Defensive awareness 50
Standing tackle 51
Sliding tackle 51

Jin Haoxiang (Overall 48 – Potential 54)

Returning to players with less potential, China’s Xaoxiang plays in the Chinese Super League for Zhejiang. As a 24-year-old centre-back, Jin can grow from his current rating of 48 to 54. His most important attributes are standing tackle at 56, stamina at 60, and sprint speed at 60. His agility is only at 42, and his reactions at 41.

Defending
Defensive awareness 50
Standing tackle 56
Sliding tackle 50

Freddie Issaka (Overall 50 – Potential 67)

To finish the list, we have Freddie Issaka, a Welsh striker currently playing at the Championship side Plymouth Argyle. Only 16, the rating of 50 should be a good sign for Issaka, who possesses a decent weak foot rating of 3 and some great movement. Issaka’s sprint speed is at 73, and balance at 72. With more growth and playing time, Issaka could make for a great striker for the Plymouth side in the years to come.

Movement
Acceleration 70
Sprint speed 73
Agility 68
Reactions 46
Balance 72
Abbie Wilson
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