Seven players receive contract offers from Mexican teams

[7UP SUENO ALIANZA] Seven players received contract offers from Mexican clubs following the end of the 7Up Sueno Alianza national finals, which were held at KICS International Sports Complex in Sunrise, Fla. Mexican league scouts were on hand to watch the 48 players, of whom 22 received invitations to train in Mexico. U.S. U-15 Luis Carillo from the Dallas Texans led all players with eight contract offers. Former U.S. U-17 resident Jonathan Navarro received five contract offers and training invitations from seven other clubs.

GK Randell Black
Santa Rosa, CA
Training Invitations: Pachuca, UNAM, Morelia, Zacatecas, Leon, Necaxa

GK David Calva
Garden Grove, CA
Contract offers: Tigres, Tijuana, Atlas, Morelia, Zacatecas.
Training Invitations: Pachuca, UNAM, Santos, Leon, Club America

GK Guillermo Guerrero
Houston, Texas.
Contract offers: Leon.
Training Invitations: UNAM

D Adair Casas
Orlando, FL
Training Invitations: Morelia

D Antonio Juarez
San Antonio, Texas
Training Invitations: Club America

D Jason Lira
Training Invitations: Zacatecas

D Sergio Martinez
Stockton, CA.
Contract offers: Leon.
Training Invitations: Queretaro, Necaxa

D Luis Angel Rodriguez
Dallas, Texas
Training Invitations: Tigres, Club America

M Sebastian Arellano
Phoenix, AZ
Training Invitations: Queretaro, Club America

M Radiel Nava
Phoenix, Arizona
Training Invitations: Necaxa

M Jonathan Navarro
San Jose, CA
Contract offers: Tigres, Santos, Morelia, Necaxa, Atlas.
Training Invitations: UNAM, Guadalajara, Queretaro, Zacatecas, Leon, Club America

M Alexis Santa
Queens, TX
Training Invitations: Morelia, Zacatecas

M Jonathan Suarez
Fontana, CA
Training Invitations: Zacatecas

F Jesus Alonso del Mundo
Richmond, CA
Training Invitations: Atlas, Santos, Morelia, Club America.

F David Bernal
San Antonio, Texas
Training Invitations: Xolos

F Victor Hugo Calvillo
Cosicana, Texas
Contract offers: Queretaro

F Luis Carrillo
Tyler, Texas
Contract offers: Pachuca, Tigres, UNAM, Queretaro, Zacatecas, Leon, Club America, Necaxa.

F Josimar Coreas
Annandale, VA
Contract offers: Leon
Training Invitations: Queretaro, Morelia

F Miguel Angel de Leon
Ciudad: Orlando, FL
Training Invitations: UNAM, Pachuca

F Luis Alberto Garrido
Tyler, Texas
Training Invitations: Santos, Guadalajara

F Giansebastian Goicochea
Queens, NY
Training Invitations: Atlas, Queretaro, Necaxa

F Jorge Abraham Zamarron
Rogers, Arkansas
Training Invitations: Pachuca, Tigres, UNAM, Santos, Guadalajara, Zacatecas, Club America
7 comments about "Seven players receive contract offers from Mexican teams".
  1. Odorico Olivas, October 6, 2014 at 9:29 a.m.

    I’ve coached for many years, kids from 4 years to 16 year old, and what I noticed from many US coaches is that they recruit players with size, speed and strength. But not many have field vision, creativity or technical abilities. Which has been part of the USA team in previous years, it seems that have started to change with the addition of several Latin American players to our national team, but it still a work in progress.

  2. whatever dude, October 6, 2014 at 11:41 a.m.

    What were contract offers?? How much was offered?? Nothing the first year but renegotiable after that?? Would be nice to know the money offered to have a better idea of what they can look forward to as successful pro players.

  3. whatever dude, October 6, 2014 at 1:26 p.m.

    Were there any scouts from MLS at event?? If not why not?? You would think they would be interested in seeing at the very least some of the best U19 talent in USA, right??

  4. whatever dude, October 6, 2014 at 1:27 p.m.

    Ric, Gauranteed right?? Gauranteed to what?? They should specify. A gauranteed contract can be a one year play for free deal. And like you said renogatiable.

  5. James Froehlich, October 6, 2014 at 2:33 p.m.

    Totally agree Ric! MLS, with few exceptions still selects Brit-type players. Chicago Fire has been going nowhere all year and has had Benji Joya on their roster all year, yet has given him little opportunity. Yet, he's good enough for a U20 call-up. It reminds me a lot of how Gringo Torres was handled early in his career. He was a passer but was always forced to play with teammates who hated to see the ball at their feet -- kind of hard to shine when your teammates can't return a wall pass!!!

  6. David Mont, October 8, 2014 at 8:05 a.m.

    Do mexican teams make offers to non-hispanic players?

  7. Aresenal Fan, December 22, 2014 at 4:15 p.m.

    Jonathan Navarro, Originally from PAC Atlas in Northern Cali. Would dare to say is the best 98' striker in norhern cali and for sure the best player the De Anza U16 team had, suspended by USSDA for attending final event in Florida. Had been in US residence for a while, but not sure what happened. Mexican teams have been hoovering around hime for a very long time now, just like Edwin Lara.

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