Early MLS Combine Roster Released

Early MLS Combine Roster Released

  • Posted by Drew Epperley
  • On December 9, 2010
  • 5 Comments
  • 2011 MLS Combine, 2011 MLS SuperDraft, MLS Combine

Justin Meram could be a first round pick out of Michigan. (photo via U-M Athletic Communication)

The Major League Soccer Combine set for next month finally has some players to go along with it. The league has finalized the list of names they are scheduled to invite to the Combine and the four teams left in the College Cup are definitely well represented.

A total of 54 seniors are on the initial invite list, mostly no shockers of who will be invited by the league. Only a couple players were missing that some will be surprised by like Monmouth’s Ryan Kinne or Virginia keeper Diego Restrepo. Just keep in mind injuries could play a factor in some players missing. Also some players could have declined the invite to pursue other options.

This list will grow as the league officially signs their Generation adidas class for this draft. I’m being told that they could sign most of the GA players by end of the month (or year if you will).

Here is the complete list if senior MLS Combine invitees (Note: if the official list that is expected to be released later this week has any changes I’ll update this list here):

2011 MLS Combine Senior Invitees:

Goalkeepers (5):

  • Jeff Attinnella, South Florida
  • Josh Ford, UConn
  • Jimmy Maurer, South Carolina
  • Bryan Meredith, Monmouth
  • Joe Willis, University of Denver

Defenders (17):

  • Eddie Ababio, North Carolina
  • Jalil Anibaba, North Carolina
  • Rich Balchan, Indiana
  • Michael Boxall, UCSB
  • Juan Cruz, SMU
  • Bilal Duckett, Notre Dame
  • Colin Givens, Michigan State
  • Greg Klazura, Notre Dame
  • Greg King, UConn
  • Christopher Korb, Akron
  • Tyler Lassiter, North Carolina State
  • J.T. Murray, Louisville
  • Demitrius Omphroy, California
  • Indy Smith, UNC-Wilmington
  • A.J. Soares, California
  • Curtis Ushedo, UAB
  • Bobby Warshaw, Stanford

Midfielders (21):

  • Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Akron
  • Jimmy Banks, Wisconsin-Green Bay
  • Matheus Braga, Penn State
  • Blake Brettschneider, South Carolina
  • Jeb Brovsky, Notre Dame
  • Efrain Burgos, Cal Poly-SLO
  • Ernesto Carranza, Sacramento State
  • Servando Carrasco, California
  • Billy Cortes, Maryland
  • Tommy Drake, Clemson
  • Michael Farfan, North Carolina
  • Cole Grossman, Duke
  • Matt Gold, Ohio State
  • Hector Jimenez, California
  • Daniel Keat, Dartmouth
  • Stephen McCarthy, North Carolina
  • Dustin McCarty, North Carolina
  • Lebogang Pila, St. Peter’s College
  • Karl Reddick, Boston College
  • Josue Soto, SMU
  • Konrad Warzycha, Ohio State

Forwards (11):

  • Philip Bannister, Loyola (Md.)
  • Jason Herrick, Maryland
  • Levi Houapeu, UMBC
  • Brayan Martinez, Seton Hall
  • Ashley McInnes, Tulsa
  • Justin Meram, Michigan
  • Jon Okafor, Brown
  • Davis Paul, California
  • Steven Perry, Notre Dame
  • C.J. Sapong, James Madison
  • Amani Walker, UC-Urvine
    • donald

      No scott rojo from high point university? He led the nation in assists.

    • jake

      i know for a fact he did not i disappointed mls would not give him a chance after that great season

    • Mike Nelson

      What is the word on Stephen McCarthy?

      • What do you mean? He’s listed on the combine roster here.