UNC and Cal send five players each to combine

[MLS] Five players from Men's College Cup semifinalist North Carolina and California are among the 54 college senior invited to participate in the 2011 adidas MLS Player Combine Jan. 7-11 at Central Broward Regional Park in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

The final player list, including Generation adidas participants and additional college players, will be announced in the coming weeks.
 
2011 Adidas MLS Player Combine:
GOALKEEPERS (5): Bryan Meredith (Monmouth); Jeff Attinella (South Florida); Jimmy Maurer (South Carolina); Joe Willis (Denver); Josh Ford (Connecticut);
DEFENDERS (17): A.J. Soares  (California); Bilal Duckett (Notre Dame); Bobby Warshaw (Stanford); Christopher Korb (Akron); Colin Givens (Michigan State); Curtis Ushedo (UAB); Demitrius Omphroy (California); Eddie Ababio (North Carolina); Greg Klazura (Notre Dame); Greg King (Connecticut); Indy Smith (UNC Wilmington); Jalil Anibaba (North Carolina); JT Murray (Louisville); Juan Cruz (SMU); Michael Boxall (UC Santa Barbara); Rich Balchan (Indiana); Tyler Lassiter (North Carolina State);
MIDFIELDERS (21): Anthony Ampaipitakwong (Akron); Blake Brettschneider (South Carolina); Cole Grossman (Duke); Daniel Keat (Dartmouth); Dustin McCarty (North Carolina); Ernesto Carranza (Sacramento State); Guillermo Cortes (Maryland); Hector Jimenez (California); Jimmy Banks (Green Bay); Jeb Brovsky (Notre Dame); Jon Okafor (Brown); Josue Soto (SMU); Karl Reddick (Boston College); Konrad Warzycha (Ohio State); Lebogang Pila (St. Peter's); Matheus Braga (Penn State); Matt Gold (Ohio State); Michael Farfan (North Carolina); Servando Carrasco (California); Stephen McCarthy (North Carolina); Tommy Drake (Clemson);
FORWARDS (11): Amani Walker (UC Irvine); Ashley McInnes (Tulsa); Brayan Martinez (Seton Hall); C.J. Sapong (James Madison); Davis Paul (California); Efrain Burgos (Cal Poly), Jason Herrick (Maryland); Justin Meram (Michigan); Levi Houapeu (UMBC); Philip Bannister (Loyola, Md.); Steven Perry (Notre Dame).

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