A speedy midfielder, Blagojevic, was drafted by Whitecaps FC in the third round of the 2015 MLS SuperDraft and joined Whitecaps FC 2 for their inaugural season in the USL.
UNITED SOCCER LEAGUE
2015: Made his first start in 2-2 draw versus OKC Energy FC on May 17.
2014: In his senior year at Simon Fraser University (SFU) Blagojevic scored a Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) leading 18 goals in 18 games. He also scored a conference-high seven game-winning goals and led SFU to their third consecutive national tournament appearance. The Coquitlam, BC native was named the 2014 West Region Player of the Year and GNAC Player of the Year while earning second team All-American honours. 2013: Blagojevic appeared in all 23 of the Clans’ games, starting 16 of those matches. The striker found the back of the net a team leading 11 times, while adding five assists to help SFU win the GNAC Conference Championship. Blagojevic scored the game tying goal in the Sweet Sixteen that sent the game to extra time before SFU won in penalties. 2012: As a sophomore, Blagojevic started on 11 occasions scoring six goals in an injury shortened season. Though his season was cut short, Blagojevic was still an honourable mention for the GNAC All-Star award. 2011: During his freshman season, Blagojevic played in 18 games starting five times. Over the course of the season Blagojevic scored three times adding three assists, helping SFU to GNAC Conference Championship.
Prior to joining SFU, Blagojevic honed his skills at the Roman Tulis European Soccer School of Excellence.
A Coquitlam, BC native Blagojevic graduated from Centennial Secondary.
During his time at SFU Blagojevic studied molecular biology biochemistry.