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Experts rate goalies and defenders
December 24th, 2009 7AM

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[WPS] North Carolina's Ashlyn Harris and Whitney Engen are the consensus top prospects among college goalkeepers and defenders for the 2010 WPS Draft, which will be held on Jan. 15 at the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia.

Goalkeepers
Paul Kennedy, Soccer America
1. Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
2. Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
3. Kristin Olsen, GK, USC
4. Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
5. Erin Guthrie, GK, Rutgers

Scott French, The Soccer Magazine
1. Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
2. Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
3. Kristin Olsen, GK, USC
4. Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
5. Mallori Lofton-Malachi, GK, South Florida

Graham Hays, ESPN.com
1. Kristin Olsen, GK, USC
2. Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
3. Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
4. Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
5. Erin Guthrie, GK, Rutgers

Dan Lauletta, Womensprosoccer.com
1. Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
2. Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
3. Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
4. Kristin Olsen, GK, USC
5. Erin Guthrie, GK, Rutgers

Mark Rogondino, Fox Soccer Channel
1. Ashlyn Harris, GK, North Carolina
2. Alyssa Naeher, GK, Penn State
3. Kelsey Davis, GK, Portland
4. Kristin Olsen, GK, USC
5. Erin Guthrie, GK, Rutgers

Goalkeepers
Paul Kennedy, Soccer America
1. Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
2. Brittany Taylor, D, Connecticut
3. Ali Riley, D, Stanford
4. Kaley Fountain, D, Wake Forest
5. Lauren Wilmoth, D, UCLA

Charles Cuttone, Soccer News Net
1. Brittany Taylor, D, Connecticut
2. Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
3. Andrea Willis, D, Brigham Young
4. Kelly Henderson, D, Boston College
5. Danielle Mutters, D, Illinois State

Scott French, The Soccer Magazine
1. Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
2. Lauren Wilmoth, D, UCLA
3. Brittany Taylor, D, Connecticut
4. Meagan Holmes, D, USC
5. Jordan Angeli, D, Santa Clara

Graham Hays, ESPN.com
1. Whitney Engen, North Carolina
2. Brittany Taylor, Connecticut
3. Blakely Mattern, South Carolina
4. Jordan Angeli, Santa Clara
5. Kaley Fountain, Wake Forest

Dan Lauletta, Womensprosoccer.com
1. Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
2. Kelly Henderson, D, Boston College
3. Nikki Marshall, D, Colorado
4. Kristi Eveland, D, North Carolina
5. Ali Riley, D, Stanford

Mark Rogondino, Fox Soccer Channel
1. Whitney Engen, D, North Carolina
2. Ali Riley, D, Stanford
3. Jordan Angeli, Santa Clara
4. Andrea Willis, D, BYU
5. Dea Cook, D, UCLA



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