Emerson Hyndman youngest player at U15 camp

Emerson Hyndman youngest player at U15 camp
March 17, 2010
From U.S. Soccer & IMG Soccer Academy

The U.S. U15 Boy’s National Team has convened in Bradenton, Fla., for the start of a 10-day training camp under head coach Jim Barlow. The camp will be held alongside the U.S. U17 Men’s National Team training, as all but one of the 36 players were born in 1995 (the lone exception being Emerson Hyndman, born in 1996) and are eligible to play in the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

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There are 15 players who participate in U.S. Soccer’s Development Academy, playing against players as much as two to three years older than they are, as the U15/16 consists of players born on or after Jan. 1, 1993. Six more players are part of Academy clubs, but do not yet play in the Academy.

The U15 BNT will train twice per day at the IMG Academies, scrimmaging the U17 MNT late in the week.

The week will consist of training and competitive games against U17 National Residency Teams, IMG Soccer Academy Residency Teams, Clearwater Charges, FC Sarasota and RSL Tampa. The boys will be staying on campus at IMG Academies and benefit from the residency facilities that just hosted MLS teams such as New York Red Bulls, Columbus Crew, Toronto F.C and D.C. United for preseason training.

The players will take training sessions, classroom sessions and competitive games through the week as the coaching staff conduct the training camp.  

Tuesday: IMG Soccer Academy & Clearwater Chargers
Thursday: US U17-Boys National Team & F.C Sarasota
Saturday: US U17-Boys National Team & RSL Tampa

Roster by Position:  (Courtesy, US Soccer)

Arthur Eggers (CESA; Moore, S.C.), Ethan Horvath (Real Colorado; Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Zachary Steffen (FC DELCO; Downington, Penn.)

DEFENDERS (9): Feliciano Charles (CD Chivas; Grand Prairie, Texas), Dylan Greenberg (Albertson SC; Dix Hills, N.Y.), Trevor Haberkorn (Solar SC; Roanoke, Texas), Matthew Habrowski (Derby County Wolves; Berkley, Mich.), Edvin Ibrahimovich (Rockford Raptors; Machesney Park, Ill.), Dakotah Millard (South Carolina United; Hopkins, S.C.), Christian Sady (New England Revolution; North Andover, Mass.), Jacob Smith (Concorde Fire; Atlanta, Ga.), Manuel Villegas Jr. (Merced Atlas; Winton, Calif.)

MIDFIELDERS (19): Osvaldo Chavez Jr. (Mexicas FC; El Paso, Texas), Christian DeLuna (Mustang SC; Bay Point, Calif.), Marco Delgado (LAFC Chelsea; Glendora, Calif.), Nicholas Gaitan (Albertson SC; Oceanside, N.Y.), Emerson Hyndman (FC Dallas; Plano, Texas), Anthony Jeffries (Chicago Fire; Downers Grove, Ill.), Shane Kronick (NY Red Bulls; Westfield, N.J.), Ismael Longo (Weston FC; Weston Fla.), Emilio Lopez (Madison FC; Madison, Wisc.), Antonio Murillo (Brazil FC; Las Vegas, Nev.), Jose Navarro (Banata Soccer Club; Surprise, Ariz.), Misael Osorio (Arsenal SC; Moreno Valley, Calif.), Miguel Polley (Derby County Wolves; San Diego, Calif.), Christian Rodriguez (LMVS Hawks; Alexandria, Virg.), Michael Sullivan (De Anza Force; Redwood City, Calif.), John Toher (NY Red Bulls; Blauvelt, N.Y.), Patrick Tshiani (Bethesda SC; Bethesda, Md.), Travis Wannemuehler (Evansville SC; Evansville, Ind.), Henry Wingo (Crossfire Premier SC; Lake Forest Park, Wash.)

Pablo Aguilar (IMG Academy; Guatemala City, Guatemala.) Paul Arriola (Chula Vista Rangers; Chula Vista, Calif.), Lynden Gooch (Santa Cruz Breakers; Santa Cruz, Calif.), Ben Spencer (New Mexico Rush; Albuquerque, N.M.), Antonio Velasquez (Neusport; Las Vegas, Nev.)
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