UCLA leads all schools with four invitees, including Brian Perk and Michael Stephens, who represented the USA at the 2009 Under-20 World Cup in Egypt.
The initial player list was determined by a select panel of Division I college coaches representing all conferences who nominated and voted for players in conjunction with MLS coaches. Youth players from the Generation adidas program will join additional collegiate players from NCAA Division II and III schools, NAIA schools and Division I alternates will also attend the 2010 adidas MLS Player Combine.
The Westin Beach Resort Fort Lauderdale will serve as the official headquarters of the adidas MLS Player Combine and the host hotel for players and coaching staffs.
(All times eastern and schedule is subject to change. All games will be held on the Main Event Field.)
Saturday, January 9
3:00 p.m. Predator X vs. Jabulani 4:45 p.m. Condivo vs. F50i
Sunday, January 10
2:00 p.m. Predator X vs. Condivo 3:45p.m. F50i vs. Jabulani
Tuesday, January 12
9:30 a.m. Jabulani vs. Condivo 11:15 a.m. Predator X vs. F50i
GOALKEEPERS: Brooks Haggerty (North Carolina); Jovan Bubonja (UIC); Frederick Hall (Quinnipiac); Brian Perk (UCLA); John Moore (Stanford).
DEFENDERS: Kevin Tangney (Maryland); Olukorede Aiyegbusi (North Carolina State); Tim Ream (Saint Louis); Kwame Watson-Siriboe (University of Connecticut); Phil Edginton (Louisville); Ben Clack (St. Johns); Justin Morrow (Notre Dame); Ofori Sarkodie (Indiana); Martin Hadevag (UC Santa Barbara); Chad Borak (Cal State Northridge); Chris Schuler (Creighton University); Julien Edwards (Drake); Kris Banghart (Denver); Nick Cardenas (San Diego State); Tyler Barry (California); Adam Welch (Lehigh); Steven Kinney (Elon); Ryan Peterman (San Diego)
MIDFIELDERS/FORWARDS: Samuel Appiah (Boston University); Carlos Villa (Hartford); Zack Schilawski (Wake Forest); Zach Loyd (North Carolina); Austin da Luz (Wake Forest); Drew Yates (Maryland); Ronnie Bouemboue (North Carolina State); Ross LaBauex (Virginia); Joseph Noone (Temple); Isaac Kissi (Dayton); Mike Seamon (Villanova); Othaniel Yanez (Louisville); Steffen Vroom (DePaul); Fred Braun (Louisville); Michael Thomas (Notre Dame); Toni Stahl (Connecticut); Mike Pezza (Connecticut); Nelson Becerra (St. John's); Bright Dike (Notre Dame); Jason Yeisley (Penn State); Mauro Fuzetti (Michigan); Eric Alexander (Indiana); Irving Garcia (UC Irvine); David Walker (California - Santa Barbara); Andrew Hoxie (William & Mary); Nane Joseph (Old Dominion); Two-Boys Gumede (UAB); Andre Akpan (Harvard); Craig Henderson (Dartmouth); Nick Elenz-Martin (Brown); Kwaku Nyamekye (Harvard); Seth Sinovic (Creighton); Justin Davis (New Mexico); Kyle Nakazawa (UCLA); Michael Stephens (UCLA); David Estrada (UCLA); Adam Welch (Lehigh); Conor O'Brien (Bucknell) Collen Warner (Portland); Conor Chinn (San Francisco).