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February 17th, 2010 3:13AM
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[WAKE FOREST MEN] Wake Forest, which had a record four players go in the first round of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft, has its work cut out for it next season, but Coach Jay Vidovich is counting on a solid recruiting class, headed by former U.S. U-17 center back Jared Watts, one of four recruits already on campus in Winston-Salem.
 
The 2010 class also includes Kofi Agyapong, Chris Duvall, Kyle Emerson, Tolani Ibikunle, Ryan Metts, Justin Orden and Ross Tomaselli.
 
Agyapong, Emerson, Orden and Watts enrolled in school in January and are currently practicing with the team. The other four recruits will arrive on campus during the summer of 2010.

Agyapong, Emerson, Orden and Watts enrolled in school in January and are currently practicing with the team. The other four recruits will arrive on campus during the summer of 2010.



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