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Wake-Forest recruit Bone heads Parade All-America team
June 1st, 2007 7:15PM
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Wake Forest-bound Corben Bone heads the 2007 Parade All-America High School Boys Soccer Team.

Bone has starred for Dallas club Solar since 2001. Solar teammates Cameron Brown (who will attend North Carolina) and Kaoru Forbess (a junior who moved to the Dallas area from Arkansas) are also Parade All-Americans.

Bone and Brown are two of only six players on the 38-player Parade All-America team who have committed to play college ball in the fall.

Three of Parade's top strikers -- Edgar Barajas, Eber Martinezand Jose Angulo -- have not firmed up their plans to date. Barajas said earlier in the season that he might try to play in Mexico if he doesn't qualify academically. Martinez hopes to gain admission to George Mason. Angulo is pursuing professional options in Europe.

Several other players may postpone their college entrance to play with the U.S. U-17 national team at this summer's Under-17 World Cup in South Korea. Nine of the 38 players on the All-America team will graduate in December '07, and 14 others are juniors or sophomores.

PARADE ALL-AMERICA HIGH SCHOOL BOYS:
FORWARDS
Ellis McLoughlin (Seattle, Wash.) Sr. Washington
Billy Schuler (Allentown, N.J.) Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Israel Sesay (Gaithersburg, Md.)  Jr. 
Alex Nimo (Portland, Ore.) Sr. 
Edgar Barajas (Pacoima, Calif.) Sr.   
Casey Townsend (Traverse City, Mich.  Jr. 
Eber Martinez (Woodbridge, Va.) Sr. 
Bryan Dominguez (Atlanta, Ga.)  Jr.   
Alex Dixon (Humble, Texas)  Sr. 
Jose Angulo (Prospect Park, N.J.  Sr. 
Axel Levry (Fort Washington, Md.) Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Walter Hines (Brooklyn, N.Y.)  Jr. 
MIDFIELDERS
Corben Bone (Plano, Texas) Sr. Wake Forest
Jared Jeffrey (Dallas, Texas)  Jr. 
Cameron Brown (Garland, Texas)  Sr. North Carolina
Daniel Wenzel (Federal Way, Wash.)  Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Abdus Ibrahim (Richfield, Minn.)  Sr. FC Dallas (MLS)
Bobby Warshaw (Mechanicsburg, Pa.  Sr.  Stanford
Jose Gonzalez (Soquel, Calif.)  Jr. 
Greg Garza (Grapevine, Texas)  Jr. 
Kirk Urso (Lombard, Ill.)  Sr. 
Kaoru Forbess (Garland, Texas)  Jr. 
Jesse Paredes (Los Angeles, Calif.)  Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Brendan King (Naperville, Ill.)  Jr. 
DEFENDERS
Tommy Meyer (St. Louis, Mo.)  Jr. 
Mykell Bates (Roseville, Calif.)  Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Sheanon Williams (Boston, Mass.)  Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Christian Ibeagha (Edmond, Okla.)  Sr.  Duke
Doug Ferner (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.)  Sr.  Duke
Ian Kalis (Plano, Texas) Jr. 
Howard Turk (Fairfax, Va.) Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Dane Shea (College Station, Texas) Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
Brandon Zimmerman (Pasco, Wash.) Jr. 
Aubrey Perry (Ocoee, Fla.) Sr. 
GOALKEEPERS
Josh Lambo (Middleton, Wis.)  Sr. 
Zac MacMath (St. Petersburg, Fla.)  Jr. 
Larry Jackson (East Palo Alto, Calif.) Sr. Graduates Dec. '07
David Meves (Arlington Heights, Ill.) Soph.   



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