The inaugural season of MLS NEXT Pro has been packed with goals, drama, and excitement throughout ten weeks. Let's take a look at the teams that continued to light it up and made MLS NEXT Pro Top 5 rankings this week:

Brazilian forward Ryan Lima and Revs II Academy graduate Meny Silva combined to score the game's only goal during New England Revolution II's 1-0 victory over Philadelphia Union II last Friday.

Goalkeeper Jacob Jackson produced nine saves during the game, securing his fifth consecutive clean sheet of the season.

With their most recent victory, New England Revolution II has earned three consecutive wins and is now tied for first place in the Eastern Conference with 21 points.

Previous Ranking: 5

Next Match: at Inter Miami II on Saturday, June 4

Tacoma Defiance is perhaps the most underrated team on this list, currently riding a six-match unbeaten streak, with their last defeat taking place on April 17.

Cody Baker scored his first professional goal during Defiance's 3-0 victory over Timbers2 last Tuesday. After earning the 3 points, Tacoma Defiance stands in third place in the Western Conference with 20 points.

Previous Ranking: 4

Next Match: vs. Earthquakes II on Saturday, June 4

In one of the most surprising results of the inaugural MLS NEXT Pro season, Columbus Crew 2 fell at home to Rochester New York FC by 4-0 last Sunday.

The result against RNY FC marked the end of Crew 2's seven-game winning streak. Crew 2 remains atop the Eastern Conference with 21 points and looks to get back in the win column next Saturday at Chicago.

Previous Ranking: 1

Next Match: at Chicago Fire II on Saturday, June 4

The number one team in MLS NEXT Pro with 22 points, Houston Dynamo 2, had a bye week after their victory against Real Monarchs on the road on May 25.

After some much-deserved rest, Houston Dynamo 2 will look to earn their eighth season victory when they visit St Louis CITY 2 this weekend.

Previous Ranking: 3

Next Match: at St Louis CITY2 on Saturday, June 4

Pa-Modou Kah's men have not stepped on a pitch since they defeated Real Monarchs on May 20 by 3-0, and have looked to convincing lately, they didn't even slide in rankings during the bye week.

Led by the dynamic duo of Bernard Kamungo and Hope Avayevu, North Texas SC will look to earn to pick up right where they left off in Colorado on Saturday. 

Previous Ranking: 2

Next Match: at Colorado Rapids 2 on Saturday, June 4