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U.S. U-15 boys national team squad of 32 players
December 4th, 2007 7AM

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[ROSTER] Under-15 boys national team coach Jim Barlow has called 32 players into training for the Development Academy Nike Friendlies in Bradenton, Fla. The U-15s will be split into two teams, Blue and White, which will each play three games over the four days against Under-15/16 Development Academy clubs. The players, all born in 1993, will be vying to be apart of the Under-15s first training camp of 2008, in which 28 players will train at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. in February.

U.S. U-15 MNT Roster
GOALKEEPERS:
Johnathan Kempin (Leawood, Kan.), Max Kurtzman (Haverford, Pa.), William Whiddon (Carlsbad, Calif.)
DEFENDERS: David Caban (Kenosha, Wis.), George Fradenburg (Belden, Mass.), Jon-Paul Medina (Fresno, Calif.), Scott Thomsen (Brick, N.J.), Zachery Wenger (Baltimore, Md.), Matt Wiltse (Belle Mead, N.J.)
MIDFIELDERS: Robert Botchway (Bacula, Ga.), Jack Coleman (Norman, Okla.), Renzo Chavez (Miami, Fla.), Luis Gil (Garden Grove, Calif.), Jordan McCrary (Marietta, Ga.), Juan Mendoza (La Puente, Calif.), William Packwood (Concord, Mass.), Kevin Pahl (Lakeland, Fla.), James Petruccelli (Brentwood, N.H.), Victor Pineda (Boilingbrook, Ill.), Calvin Rezende (Davies, Fla.), Connor Rezende (Davies, Fla.), Keegan Smith (Temecula, Calif.), Joseph Shinsky (York, Pa.), Caleb Stanko (Holly, Mich.), William Trapp (Gahanna, Ohio)
FORWARDS: Cole Iverson (Decatur, Ala.), Djeli Kouyate (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Marcus Lacroix (New Egypt, N.J.), McAmos Paye (Wendell, N.C.), Henry Rios (Norwalk, Calif.), James Rogers (Salt Lake City, Utah), Jonathon Tovar (Fontana, Calif.)



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