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YOUTH: Freddy Adu's brother called up for U.S. U-15 boys national team
February 28th, 2005 5:14PM
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YOUTH: U.S. U-15 boys national team roster

The U.S. U-15 boys national team will hold a five-day camp in Bradenton, Fla., where players will be broken up into two teams (White and Blue) for six games against the Super Y-League '90 and '89 ODP select teams and the U.S. U-16 national team. The U.S. U-15s include Fredua Adu, younger brother of MLS star Freddy Adu.

Goalkeepers -- Jon Harris (Arlington Heights, Ill.), Brooks Hopp (Seattle, Wash.), Josh Lambo (Crystal Lake, Ill.), Chris Miller (Garland, Texas).

Defenders -- Fredua Adu (Potomac, Md.), Mykell Bates (Roseville, Calif.), Brice Carr (Mequon, Wis.), Chris Harris (Oakland, Calif.), Christian Ibeagha (Edmond, Okla.), Ian Kalis (Plano, Texas), Christopher Lebo (Telford, Pa.), Timothy Linden (Libertyville, Ill.), Thomas Meyer (St. Louis, Mo.), Matthew Uy (New Hyde Park, N.Y.), Daniel Zimmerman (Pasco, Wash.).

Midfielders -- Hugh Dixon (Humble, Texas), Darnell Edwards (Greenbelt, Md.), Clayton Holz (Houtson, Texas), Jared Jeffrey (Dallas, Texas), David McVane (Middle Grove, N.Y.), Yannick Salmon (Westbury, N.Y.), Brandon Tarr (Knoxville, Tenn.), Kirk Urso (Lombard, Ill.), Abraham Villon (Garden Grove, Calif.).

Forwards -- Chris Agorsor (Severn, Md.), Gary Andrade (West Palm Beach, Fla.), Vincenzo Bernardo (Madison, N.J.), Marc Godelman (Paramus, N.J.), Walter Hines (Booklyn, N.Y.), Sam Redmond (Arden, N.C.), Israel Sesay (Gaithersburg, Md.).

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