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Top prospects to scatter across country
by Paul Kennedy, February 3rd, 2011 7:25PM

TAGS:  college men, seattle sounders, youth boys


[SEATTLE SOUNDERS] Highly rated prospects Nick Palodichuk (Duke), Sean Okoli (Wake Forest) and DeAndre Yedlin (Akron) are among 10 members of the Seattle Sounders FC academy under-18 team who have made college commitments.

Palodichuk, who played for the USA at the 2009 Under-17 World Cup, has already enrolled at Duke. He was the 2010 Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year.
Okoli represented the U.S. U-18 national team in Israel for a four-nation tournament in December.

Palodichuk, Okoli and Yedlin, as well as goalie Ryan Herman (Santa Clara), are considered among the top candidates if the Sounders make any home-grown signings.
Nathaniel Boatright
(Defender, Capital HS): Concordia University
Rodney Greiling
(Goalkeeper, Kentwood HS): FIU
Ryan Herman
(Goalkeeper, Mount Si HS): Santa Clara
Sean Okoli
(Forward, Todd Beamer HS): Wake Forest
Glenn Paden
(Forward, /Shorecrest HS): Oregon State
Nick Palodichuk
(Defender, Camas HS): Duke
Troy Peterson
(Midfielder, Todd Beamer HS): College of Charleston
Evan Robicheau
(Defender, Puyallup HS): Seattle Pacific
Drew White
(Defender, Camas HS): Washington
DeAndre Yedlin
(Midfielder, O'Dea HS): Akron

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