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U.S. under-14 boys national team roster
August 8th, 2014 8:25PM

TAGS:  development academy, mls, youth boys


[NTC CAMP] U.S. under-14 boys national team head coach Brian Johnson will welcome 48 players Saturday at a week-long training camp that opens at the National Training Center in Carson, California.

This will be the fourth training camp of the year for the U-14s, 47 of whom were born in 2000. Defender John Hilton is the only camp participant born in 2001.

Seventeen players are from California, making it the most-represented state in camp.  Five play for the LA Galaxy, tops among all clubs.

U.S. U-14 Roster:
GOALKEEPERS (4): Sergio Alfaro (Saprissa; Pomona, Calif.), Alexander Budnik (Sockers FC), Quantrell Jones (Baltimore Celtic), Hunter Pinho (PDA)
DEFENDERS (16): Patrick Ajdukewicz (Sockers FC), Carlos Asensio (Georgia United), Kelee Cornfield-Saunders (Chivas USA), Tom Devizio (PDA), Christopher Durkin (Richmond United), Michael Edwards (D.C. United), Chris Gloster (New York Red Bulls), Connor Hester (Braddock Road), John Hilton (Chivas USA; Long Beach, Calif.), Jaylin Lindsey (Charlotte SA), Rayshaun McGann (Boca United), Ian Murphy (FC Golden State), Ben Ofeimu (Vardar), Bryan Perez (LA Galaxy), Carlo Ritaccio (BW Gottschee), Colton Stanley (Texas Rush)
MIDFIELDERS (15): Isaac Angking (New England Revolution), Carlos Anguiano Dias (Chivas USA), Alexis Cerritos (D.C. United), Sebastian Cruz (De Anza Force), Jean-Julien Foe Nuphaus (San Jose Earthquakes), Diego Gonzalez-Ruiz (Las Vegas Heat), Ben Lederman (Barcelona/SPA), Jacob Muchnick (LA Galaxy), Aidan Nam (CSA Wolves), Jesus Ortiz (Houston Dynamo), Jose Peralta (Portland Timbers), Jacobo Reyes Murillo (Monterrey/MEX), Amos Shapiro-Thompson (New England Revolution), Adrian Villegas (Portland Timbers), Sean Zawadzki (Crew Soccer Acad.)
FORWARDS (13): Ayo Akinola (Toronto FC), Misael Becerra (Chivas USA), Daniel Cabrera (Texas Rush), Taylor Davila (Real So Cal), Kyle Holcomb (LA Galaxy), Niccolo Lemoine (Ballistic USC), Ricky Mendez (Marin FC Alliance), Nicolas Morillo (Weston FC), Kevin Negrete (LA Galaxy), Ramiro Palencia (Santa Cruz Breakers;), Michael Vang (Minnesota Thunder), Timothy Weah (Paris St. Germain/FRA), Tristan Weber (LA Galaxy)

1 comment
  1. BJ Genovese
    commented on: August 11, 2014 at 10:46 p.m.
    US Soccer is pitiful, on Saturday US Soccer tweeted proudly that 39 of the 42 u14BNT players called to camp in Carson Ca were products of US Soccer development academies. The major soccer clubs in the US like US Club and other need to take action emmediatly to this snub. What, the rest of the youth soccer players in the country have a slim to none chance of being called into TC's, Local and national combines and National camps because of who they are playing soccer with. In many cases... regional status being one of them, kids cannot attend a DA. If US soccer is not willing to call a percentage of kids from non-developmen academies than I believe they should take the hard stance of not ordering uniforms from Nike. Nike is US soccers sponsor. This overwhelming bias and snub of players for possible inclusion and development at Training centers is wrong wrong wrong. Something must be done. What if Donovan could not go to a DA?

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