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Michigan leads Big Ten
May 1st, 2009 8:30AM

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With the release of the Ohio State class on Thursday, the Big Ten is the first major men's soccer conference in which every school has released its 2009 recruits. Players of note include U.S. U-18s Latif Alashe (Michigan) and Kevin Bick (Indiana) and 2008 NSCAA Division I Junior College Player of the Year Justin Meram (Michigan).

Indiana
Graham Basecke, Springfield SC
Kevin Bick, Chicago Magic AS Monaco (U.S. U-18 national team)
Caleb Konstanski, Bloomington Cutters
Matt Wiet, Columbus Crew Academy

Michigan
Latif Alashe, Vardar (U.S. U-18 national team)
Brian Klemczak, Derby County Wolves
Alex Martinez, Canada, IMG Academy
Justin Meram, transfer, Yavapai College
Kofi Opare, Canada, St. Catherine's Concord Gunners
Hamoody Saad, Vardar
Noble Sullivan, Derby County Michigan Wolves
Seung Tak Nam, South Korea, transfer, Central Florida
David Yang, Derby County Wolves

Michigan State
Kevin Cope, Derby County Wolves
Ryan Thelen, Vardar
Nick Wilson, Ft. Wayne Fever

Northwestern
Jarrett Baughman, Bloomington Cutters
Nick Gendron, New York Red Bulls Academy
Chris Ritter, Chicago Fire Academy
Kyle Schickel, Javanon
Tommy Thombridge, Springfield SC
Michael Wallbridge, Ft. Wayne Fever
Tim Zimmer, Chicago Magic AS Monaco

Ohio State
Jeff Bendawald, transfer, Yavapai College
Christopher Gomez, St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri
Christopher Hegngi, D.C. United Academy
Benjamin Killian, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Peter Lee, Richmond Strikers Academy
Ryan Lee, Cleveland Alliance Academy
Sebastian Rivas, Real So Cal
Alexander Wimmer, FC Delco

Penn State
Brian Forgue, FC Delco

Wisconsin
Kyle McCrudden, Chicago Fire Academy



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