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MPSF classes offer promise
May 1st, 2009 8:30AM



All schools in the MPSF except Air Force, which does not announce incoming freshmen until they arrive on campus due to the appointment process, have announced their men's recruiting classes. Top recruits in the MPSF include Alex Tarnoczi (Denver) and Jonny Espinoza (UNLV).

Drew Beckie, Real Colorado
Nick Brandt, Colorado Rush
Nathan Sackeyfio, Crossfire Premier
Blake Shannon, Texas SC
Alex Tarnoczi, Colorado Rapids Academy
Mark Weigand, Fort Wayne Fever
Josh Wren, Tulsa SC

New Mexico
Josh Caffey, Lonestar Aztex Academy
Patrick Pacheco, Classic Red Star
Julian Roberts,  Classic Red Star
Lawrence Robledo, Classic Red Star
Levi Rossi, Real Colorado
Blake Smith, Boerne, Texas
Kyle Venter, Real Colorado

Sacramento State
Max Alvarez, Davis Legacy
Matt Linenberger, California Rush
Diego Marroquin, transfer, Santa Rosa College
David Norton, Ballistic United

San Jose State
Jonathan Lester, transfer, SMU
Ricky Martin, Marin FC
Mauricio Murillo, Mount Hamilton Lobitos
Dylan Murphy, San Francisco, Calif and Marin FC
Nick Murphy, San Francisco, Calif.
Christian Romero, San Juan SC
Steven Sanchez, Mount Hamilton Lobitos

Scott Branson, Real Colorado
Simon Cook, transfer, Northern Iowa Area CC
Brandon Dimbi, Boise Capitals
Jonny Espinoza, San Diego Surf
Roberto Farfan, ESU Eagles
Robert Garcia, Cal Odyssey
Brock Granger, Honolulu Bulls
Trey Jasenski, Blackwatch Premier
Zach Kupher, Albertson
Nick Marshall, Tucson Soccer Academy
Ben Milam, Santa Cruz County Breakers

Air Force does not release athletic commitments.

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