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Hoosiers land Carmel United duo
February 9th, 2010 12:39PM



[INDIANA MEN] New Indiana coach Todd Yeagley announced the signing of nine players, including two state products from the 2009 U.S. Soccer Development Academy under-17/18 champion Carmel United.

Nikita Kotlov and Harrison Petts will be joined by Kerel Bradford (Tempe Pros, Ariz.), Ryan Bristol (Knoxville FC, Tenn.), Jacob Bushue (Chicago Magic), Dylan Lax (Bloomington Cutters/Hoosier FC), Matt McKain (Javanon, Ky.), Taylor Reeves (NFC Bellator, Neb.) and Blake Wise (Dallas Texans).

“This 2010 class is very talented and balanced group, providing an immediate boost to our current squad returning next fall,” Yeagley said. “Our newcomers will add speed, toughness, and playmaking abilities bringing balance and offensive flair to our attack.  Our goalkeeping position will also be strengthened with the addition two promising goalkeepers in Ryan Bristol and Taylor Reeves."

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