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U.S. under-17 national team mini-camp roster
April 29th, 2008 6:45AM

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U.S. under-17 national team coach Wilmer Cabrera took a look at new prospects for spots in the U-17 Residency Program during a camp held April 23-27 in Bradenton, Fla.

The players brought into the camp were all born in 1992 and 1993, meaning they are all eligible for the 2009 Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria.

Of the players called in, six are currently affiliated with MLS youth programs.

U.S. U-17 Boys Mini-Camp Roster:
GOALKEEPERS: Charles Lyon (Chicago Fire youth), Brendan Moore (Concorde Fire).
DEFENDERS: David Caban (Chicago Magic), Ryan Narvaez (Juventus Monarcas), Boyd Okwuonu (Tulsa Thunder), Nick Yin (D.C. United youth).
MIDFIELDERS: Jake Bushue (Chicago Magic), Samuel Coleman (Norman Celtic), Lester Dewee (D.C. United youth), Alexis Hernandez (Chivas USA youth), George Malki (FC Del Sol), Jordan McCrary (Concorde Fire), Ryan Metts (CASL), Alex Molano (FC Dallas youth), Ryan Neil (United FC), George Pantelic (Real So Cal), Jose Perez (Texas Gators), Victor Pineda (Chicago Fire youth), Erik Stephenson (San Diego Surf).
FORWARDS: Rocco Bagley (Solar Red), Jonathan Brown (Central Jackson), McAmos Paye (Triangle FC), Soony Saad (Vardar), Dominick Sarle (BW Gottschee), Jordan Tyler (Michigan Wolves), Eriq Zavaleta (FC Pride).

 



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