Tommy Meyer goes the distance in Reserve League game, but should he start for LA Galaxy?

CARSON, Calif. --  Tommy Meyer was hindered by left hamstring strain for much of the preseason, but fully fit yet again, the defender has made a pair of appearances over the last three days that may have him in contention for a starting spot yet again. 

The second year center back went 90 minutes in the Galaxy's 1-1 Reserve League draw with Seattle Sounders just two days after putting in a 26 minute shift in LA's 1-0 defeat to FC Dallas. Meyer is expected to be an option -- along with A.J. DeLaGarza -- for head coach Bruce Arena to place in central defense next to Omar Gonzalez with Leonardo suspended for the April 20 match against Sporting KC. 

I had a lively debate on this subject with a pair of other writers during Monday's Reserve League game, but now I want your opinion: If the Galaxy had all of their players available, who should start alongside Omar Gonzalez in central defense?

Vote below.