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MLS: Adidas MLS Player Combine Invitees
November 30th, 2005 4:58PM



GOALKEEPERS: Ray Burse (Ohio State); Eric Kronberg (California); Chris Dunsheath (Bradley); Andy Gruenbaum (Kentucky);

DEFENDERS: Kenny Bertz (Maryland); Chris Lancos (Maryland); Daniel Wasson (Tulsa); Kyle Veris (Ohio State); Tyson Wahl (California); Trevor McEachron (Old Dominion); Jeff Curtin (Georgetown); Cory Farabi (Drake); Justin Moore (Clemson); Anthony Noriega (George Mason); John Queeley (North Carolina State); Danny Wynn (St. Louis); Jordan Harvey (UCLA); Willis Forko (Connecticut); Stephen Shirley (Virginia Commonwealth).

MIDFIELDERS: Josh Alcala (South Carolina); Brian Plotkin (Indiana); Blake Camp (Duke); Danny Kramer (Duke); Jeff Carroll (St. John's); Mike Chabala (Washington); David Chun (Southern Methodist); Brian Devlin (Penn State); David Walters (Penn St.); Yohann Mauger (Akron); Dan Paladini (California State Northridge); Matt Wieland (Creighton); Lance Watson ( New Mexico); Jorge Flor (Oral Roberts); Darren Spicer (Princeton); Mpho Moloi (Connecticut); Justin Moose (Wake Forest).

FORWARDS: Mike Ambersley (Indiana); Jason Garey ( Maryland); Kyle Brown (Tulsa); Calen Carr (California); Matt Groenwald (St. John's); Duke Hashimoto (Southern Methodist); Brian Civilikas (Old Dominion); Tony Donatelli (Temple); Ross McKenzie (Akron); Omar Jarun (Dayton); Jimmy Klatter (Eastern Illinois); Aaron King (North Carolina State); Karim Dietz (Birmingham-Southern); Jeff Rowland (New Mexico); David Leung (Oral Roberts); Ryan Johnson (Oregon State); Kelechi Igwe (Santa Clara); Dominic Oduro (Virginia Commonwealth).

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