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U.S. under-14 boys identification camp roster
August 2nd, 2011 10:36PM

TAGS:  youth boys


[YOUTH] Coach Manny Schellscheidt and his staff are working with 80 players, born in 1998 or 1999, at the annual identification camp for the U.S. under-14 boys national team that continues until Saturday at The Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. For all the boys ...

U.S. Camp Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (7): Gianfranco Barone (Met Oval; Howard Beach, N.Y.), Andrew Hagan (Javanon; Louisville, Ky.), Ben Hale (Liverpool America FC; Frisco, Texas), Abraham Romero (Cosmos Academy West; Altadena, Calif.), Drew Romig (Richmond Kickers; Midlothian, Va.), Kevin Silva (PDA; Bethlehem, Pa.), Andrew Verdi (FC Bucks; Ivyland, Pa.)

DEFENDERS (16): Folasanmi Adetola (D.C. United; Bowie, Md.), Hugo Arellano (South Bay Gunners; Norwalk, Calif.), Josh Burnett (PDA; Glen Ridge, N.J.), Tanner Dieterich (Brentwood Premier; Nashville, Tenn.), Roberto Dominguez (Cal Odyssey; Fresno, Calif.), James Edwards (PWSI Courage; Woodbridge, Calif.), Kyle Gruno (New York Red Bulls; Upper Saddle River, N.Y.), Seth Hudson (Sporting Kansas City; Parkville, Mo.), Jacob Lyon (Michigan Rush; Holt, Mich.), Tommy McCabe (PDA; South Orange, N.J.), Michael Pimlott (Crew Soccer Academy Wolves; Farmington Hills, Mich.), Christian Quintero (La Roca FC; Ogden, Utah), Juan Riley (Weston FC; Weston, Fla.), Cole Spofford (VSA Heat; Broad Run, Va.), Trey Vinson (PWSI Courage; Manassas, Va.), Toshiki Yasude (Cobras SA; Las Cruces, N.M.)

MIDFIELDERS (37): Haji Abdikadir (United FC; Louisville, Ken.), Tyler Black (Crossfire Premier; Tacoma, Wash.), George Braima (Crew Soccer Academy; Columbus, Ohio), Eric Cavillo (Real So Cal; Palmdale, Calif.), Kevin Coleman (FC Richmond; Warreneton, Va.), Javier Cortez (Fullerton Rangers; La Habra, Calif.), Mason Deeds (PA Classics; Topton, Pa.), Alexander Dexter (CFC Red Star; Upatoi, Ga.), Luca de la Torre (Nomads SC; San Diego, Calif.), Thomas Golden (HBC Titans; Westbury, N.Y.), Whitney Gonsalves (Oklahoma Texans SC; Tulsa, Okla.), Kyle Gurrierie (New York Red Bulls; Totota, N.J.), Tyler Hughes (Crossfire Premier; Bellingham, Wash.), Kohl Hurtado (Westside Metros; Portland, Ore.), Nick King (Alliance FC; Mattawan, Mich.), Ryley Kraft (Placer United; Roseville, Calif.), John Leisman (Sporting Kansas City; Kansas City, Mo.), Orlando Lopez (Pateadores; Santa Ana, Calif.), Terrell Lowe (Portneuf Valley SC; Pocatello, Ind.), Dawson McCartney (NJSA 04; Voorhees, N.J.), Conor McGlynn (Cosmos East; Middle Village, N.Y.), Weston McKennie (FC Dallas; Little Elm, Texas), Antonio Nava (De Anza Force; Redwood City, Calif.), Logan Panchot (St. Louis Scott Gallagher Missouri; St. Louis, Mo.), Luka Prpa (North Shore United; Wind Lake, Wis.), Rahid Hahiem (FC Elk Grove; Elk Grove, Calif.), Juan Ramirez (Bethesda SC; Bethesda, Md.), Deihnia Sarnor (Crew Soccer Academy; Reynoldsburg, Ohio), Joe Schmidt (Ohio Premier North; Chagrin Falls, Ohio), Jack Shaw (Bavarian SC; Fox Point, Wis.), Clay Silvas (Sacramento United; Orangevale, Calif.), Jack Skahan (Tennessee Rush; Memphis, Tenn.), Quran Thomas (East Cobb YMCA; Fairburn, Ga.), Mattias Tomasino (Coral Gables Toros; Miami, Fla.), Derek Waldeck (Ellensburg FC; Ellensburg, Wash.), Kees Westra (Snohomish United; Monroe, Wash.), Brandon Williamson (D.C. United; Gainesville, Va.)

FORWARDS (20): Daniel Barbir (PDA; Macungie, Pa.), Giuseppe Barone (Grand Rapids Crew Juniors; Kentwood, Mich.), Nathan de la Hoya (Solar FC; Dallas, Texas), McKinze Gaines (Houston Dynamo; Austin, Texas), Julian Hall (Brandon FC; Tampa, Fla.), Chase Hovious (Clearwater Chargers; Auburndale, Fla.), Keegan Kelly (Baltimore Bays Chelsea; Baltimore, Md.), Lagos Kunga (DDYSC Elite; Roswell, Ga.), David Loera (Central Floride Kraze; Orlando, Fla.), Ethan Lotenero (CZ Elite; Altadena, Calif.), David Mason (Montgomery SC; Bethesda, Md.), Luis Mora (Fullerton Rangers; Anaheim, Calif.), Joshua Perez (Chivas USA; La Habra, Calif.), Christian Pulisic (PA Classics; Hershey, Pa.), Antonio Sanchez (Iowa SC; Iowa City, Iowa), Alex Soto (NJSA 04; Palisades Park, N.J.), Raheem Taylor-Parkes (Brandon SC; Wesley Chapel, Fla.), Sean Teixeira (New York SC; Trumbull, Conn.), Christian Villalobos (Albertson SC; West Hempstead, N.Y.), Haji Wright (Galaxy Alliance; Los Angeles, Calif.)

  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 10:38 a.m.
    Is this through ID2 or ODP?
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 10:42 a.m.
    I think they meant 98 97 for U14, correct?
  1. Nat S. Harty
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 12:10 p.m.
    No, that is how old Coach Manny is........just kidding.....
  1. Jeff Callan
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 5 p.m.
    No. It is 98 and 99 as they are creating next year's U14 team. 97s are too old as they will be 15 next year.
  1. David Huff
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 5:28 p.m.
    @Jeff, well the companion article on U14 Girls says 1997 & 1998, and if you are talking about U14 for this year then those years are correct. However, if it really is for next year then 1998 & 1999 would be correct. The two articles are inconsistent in how they report on this aspect of the "annual identification camp" that is being held for each gender.
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 11:26 p.m.
    I sent in 2 requests for a couple of players from my small club and never heard back from anyone on getting them looked at in Illinois. Not one player from Illinois was chosen. I heard coaching staff picking players picked in their demographic location. Be of my players is the top 99 in Illinois at any position. We have gone e erywhere from Wisconsin to Ohio and more and have not run into anyone even close. This system will not get the USA the better players on its national teams.
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 3, 2011 at 11:54 p.m.
    Over 25 players from east coast?? Most of them from N.Y., New Jersey and Pensilvania. Pensilvania?? Not one from Illinois?? Really?? Does anyone have Manny's email? Or where can I ask why Illinois players were not looked at??
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: August 4, 2011 at 11:08 a.m.
    For all who think Id2 is or will be a better system for national team selection than Odp because its free, think again. Even though Id2 is fully sponsored by Nike they are not going through the motions to really get the best in the country. There seems to be some of the same politics as in ODP aparebtly with coaches selecting players close to them geographically. Would Klins approve of this? Last year Id2 held tryouts in the fall and every club in Illinois knew about it. How can they not even consider Illinois when most of Region II's champs come out of here?

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