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MLS: Wake Forest stars headed to adidas combine
December 11th, 2008 1:45PM
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Five seniors on defending national champion Wake Forest -- Lyle Adams, Evan Brown, Sam Cronin, Michael Lahoud and Marcus Tracy -- head the initial list of 65 college seniors from 45 Division I schools who have been invited to participate in the 2009 adidas MLS Player Combine.

The annual player combine will be held at Lockhart Stadium in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Jan. 9-13, 2009. The 2009 MLS SuperDraft will take place Jan. 15 at the NSCAA Convention in St. Louis.

Cronin and Tracy are among eighth Hermann Trophy semifinalists invited to the combine. The others are Michigan State's Doug DeMartin, Duke's Mike Grella, Creighton's  Andrei Gotsmanov, UC Santa Barbara's Chris Pontius, Indiana's Brad Ring and Charlotte's Chris Salvaggione.

Each team will be led by an experienced Division I coach:

-- Santa Clara coach Cam Rast (Team adidas Tiro);
-- Akron coach Caleb Porter (Team Predator PowerSwerve);
-- Providence coach Chaka Daley (Team adiTunit); and
-- Notre Dame coach Bobby Clark (Team adiPure).

COMBINE INVITEES
Boston College
Chris Brown
Paul Gerstenberger
 
Brown
Rhett Bernstein
 
Campbell
Richard Jata
 
Coastal Carolina
Kyle Russell
 
College of Charleston
Wes Knight
 
Creighton
Andrei Gotsmanov
Seth Sinovic
 
Dartmouth
Sean Milligan
 
Duke
Darrius Barnes
Mike Grella
Pav Castaneda
 
Florida International
Juan Guerra
 
Furman
Patrick Murray
 
George Mason
Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe
 
Harvard
Michael Fucito
 
Indiana
Brad Ring
 
James Madison
Nick Zimmerman
 
Liberty
Josh Boateng
 
Loyola, Md.
Milos Kocic
 
Loyola, Ill.
Keum Sung Kim
 
Michigan State
Doug DeMartin
David Hertel
 
Old Dominion
Trevor Banks
 
Providence
Ryan Maduro
 
Quinnipiac
Graciano Brito
 
Saint Louis
Calum Angus
Brandon Barklage
Kyle Patterson
 
Santa Clara
Jide Ogunbiyi
 
SMU
Jeffrey Harwell
Ryan Mirsky
 
St. John's
Neal Kitson
 
Akron
Evan Bush
 
Albany
Steward Ceus
 
UC Davis
Quincy Amarikwa
Dylan Curtis
 
UC Santa Barbara
Nick Perera
Chris Pontius
 
Connecticut
Oscar Castillo
Akeem Priestley
 
Evansville
Alec Dufty
 
Louisville
Aaron Clapham
 
Maryland
AJ Delagarza
Graham Zusi
 
Notre Dame
Matt Besler
Jack Traynor
 
Charlotte
Chris Salvaggione
 
UNC Greensboro
Jokull Elisabetarson
 
Pennsylvania
Alex Grendi
 
Portland
Bryan Irwin
 
South Florida
Yohance Marshall
Jordan Seabrook
 
Tulsa
Chris Clements
 
Virginia
Matt Poole
 
Washington
Raphael Cox
George John
 
Wisconsin-Green Bay
Tosaint Ricketts
 
Wake Forest
Lyle Adams
Evan Brown
Sam Cronin
Michael Lahoud
Marcus Tracy
 
Winthrop
Otto Loewy
Daniel Revivo



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