Unsigned Seniors - Boys Keepers

by Sheldon Shealer
March 1, 2020
Unsigned Seniors - Boys Keepers

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TopDrawerSoccer.com asked high school and club coaches and club directors to email us Class of 2020 high school seniors or college transfers actively looking for homes for the fall. With the 2020 high school/club season on hold, we thought it was an excellent time to spotlight those who want to find a college match. Below are the players of which we have received information.

The information and descriptions are supplied by the nominators and not TopDrawerSoccer.com. We will update this list as we receive additional names. 
 
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The players are listed in alphabetical order.
 
Joshua Aranzazu, FL, 6-1/190, GK, South Florida Football Academy/[West Broward fl-m] (Fla.) -- Seeking a Division I opportunity, but is open to all opportunities. He has won Golden Glove honors in the Super-Y League, State Cup and ODP Region 3 competitions. Highlight Video. Contact Hoshua Aranzazu, [email protected] 
 
Noah Burgess, LA, 5-10.5, GK, [Walker la-m] (La.) -- Open-minded about colleges. Has been a GK since the age of 7. He is not afraid to go after the ball or put his body in the line of fire. Plays his best under pressure. Highlight Video. Goalkeeper coaches: Jason Vidaurre, 225-939-7940 and Alex Parker, 504-512-1445. 
 
Jordan Charles, NC, 6-2/175, GK, Charlotte Independence U17 DA/[Olympic nc-w] (N.C.) -- Looking for a Division I opportunity on the East Coast. 
Good at organizing players on the field. Good shot-stopper. Very athletic. 10-1-3 record. Five clean sheets in 10 games. Five goals against in 10 games. Highlight Video-1. Highlight Video-2. USL News. Contact: Coach Bilyk, [email protected], 828-964-0874.
 
Jacob Dunne, FL, 6-0/170, GK, Real Athletic Development/[Niceville fl-m] (Fla.) -- Open-minded to NCAA Division I, II and III programs. Two-sport athlete. Placekicker and punter for the football team, starting GK for state champion Niceville boys soccer team. Had a 0.82 GAA with 15 shutouts in 26 matches for Niceville. Coachable, quick study, hard-worker. Tenacious in the box with great vision and quick, decisive thinking instincts. Exceptionally strong and accurate leg with typical 60- to 70-yard goal kicks and punts. 4.01 GPA. Highlight Video. Contacts: Club Coach Jon Roeckle, [email protected]; High School Coach Wes Nelson, [email protected]; Club DOC Matt Oswald, [email protected]; FC Dallas Coach Jim McDermott, 850-803-8752 or [email protected]; Parent Jordyn Dunne, 850-240-7672, [email protected]
 
Andrew Fasano, CA, 6-1, GK, UC San Diego -- A second-year student at UC San Diego is looking to transfer (he has a release). Played club with LA Galaxy South Bay (until 2018). Can compete at the NCAA Division I level. Had Division I offers soming out of high school and can still play at that level. Career highlights include: competed in back-to-back national championships (Frisco 2015, Tulsa 2016); a member of Cal South ODP 2015-17; invited to USMNT training session (2018) and National League champion (2016 and 2017). Highlight Video. Contacts Andrew Fasano 310-502-9147 or andrew.[email protected] or club coach Joe Flanagan at [email protected]

Micah Gun, TX currently in Turkey, 6-2, GK, Umraniyespor (Istanbul, Turkey) -- Gun currently plays in Turkey, but was born in Houston, Texas. He is a dual citizen, holding a U.S. passport and also Turkish citizenship. He is looking to return to the U.S. to play on the NCAA Division I level, but also is open to any top NCAA Division II and NJCAA Division I schools. He is a vocal and athletic goalkeeper who played for the academy of the highly ranked Fenerbahce for eight years. Currently licensed to the academy of Umraniyespor. He also has been officially offered a professional contract from a team that competes in the third tier of Turkish soccer and also had the chance to go pro with many other teams in Turkey. Game HighlightsTraining Highlights. His current coaches/coach director are all Turkish who do not speak any English, so it would be best for colleges to contact him directly at [email protected], Phone: +90 542 525 09 62.

Brennan Klein, UT, 6-3/180, GK, Real Salt Lake-Utah U19 DA -- Open to any top Division I or Division II colleges that can provide scholarship and financial hardship help. Trains with U19 and 2019/2020 Championship Real Salt Lake Monarchs USL Team. Excellent fundamentals/techniques, kicks over 70 yards either foot, plays for Real Salt Lake Utah U19 Development Academy. Has over 12 years of Club, ODP, RSL Academy training. Can start right away for D1/D2 colleges per pro teachers/trainers. July 2018-March 2020, played in 41 academy, tournament, Adidas international champions, Division II colleges, RSL USL, MLS games versus top competition. Played 3,380 minutes in goal with 20 wins, 19 clean sheets, 9 ties, 12 losses, 220 saves, averaging 5.5 saves per game. Academic: Senior GPA 3.5 in S.T.E.M High School, ACT 25, NCAA Eligible. Contacts: Brennan Vincent Klein, 480-706-9432, [email protected]; Coach/Teachers: Mirza Harambasic, RSL Academy/USL Goalkeeper Coach, 860-294-4465, [email protected]; Andrew Weber, teacher, 12-year professional goalkeeper, 480-294-4465, [email protected]. Films, video, games available upon request.

Liam Fitzgerald, IL, 6-0, GK, Eclipse Select SC 01/02 ECNL -- Seeking an NCAA Division I or Division II opportunity. Open-minded at this point. He looks to lead his team from the back. He often plays the ball out of the back from his feet, and communicates with his team from the back in order to help keep everyone composed and organized. He is a very competitive player who looks to perform at a high level every time he steps on the field. Highlight Video. Contact information:Rade Tanaskovic, Goalkeeper Coach, 762-230-5062, [email protected] or Liam Fitzgerald, 630-853-1731, [email protected].  

Maison Kerl, IL, 6-2, GK, Campton United/[Kaneland il-m] (Ill.) -- Capable of playing NCAA Division I, but looking at all levels. Currently talking to coaches but remains uncommitted. Had a 1.08 GAA with 10 shutouts during the fall high school season. Club team played in the Presidents Cup in February, won the championship and allowed only two goals. Contact: Club coach: Enzo Fuschino, [email protected]; High School coach: Scott Parillo,   [email protected].
 
Nigel Omondi, GA, 6-2/188, GK, Kalonji Soccer Academy/Maynard Jackson High School (Ga.) -- Pursuing Division I due to his work ethic, training habits, the level he plays at and his overall ability. He is open to NCAA Division II and NAIA. He is a very technically sound goalkeeper. He is very athletic and dominate on 1v1s and is good in the air, which could make him a good addition to any program. He has clean hands, good shot stopper, very athletic, mentally strong, willing to learn more, and is coachable. Highlight Video. Contact: Kalonji Soccer Academy Executive Director (coach), [email protected], 678-789-2961 or Santino Jerke, Kalonji Soccer Academy, Director of Programs (coach), [email protected], 423-876-5049 or Nuno Piteria, Gwinnett Soccer Academy, 678-794-1792.
 
Michael Reyes, CA, GK, Barca Residency Academy -- Highlight Video. Contact [email protected] 805-717-8141 or Coach Chris Harmon 484-888-2255 or [email protected].
 
Leandro Ribeiro, CT, 5-11, GK, [Putnam Science Academy ct-m] (Conn.) -- Team captain and starter for PSA, which ended the year ranked No. 6 in the TDS Prep Top 10 . Ribeiro, from Brazil, is a 2020 grad but is considering a PG year. His top accomplishments are winning Golden Glove honors at the Rede Ball Cup, which is an international cup with several recognized South American club teams, and MVP for Rei Pele Cup, a state cup in which he allowed two goals in eight matches. He played in two club teams of the first division of Brazil National League: Esporte Clube Bahia (four years) and Esporte Clube Vitoria. He played for a team in the first division of the state of Rio de Janeiro: Esporte Clube Tigres do Brasil (one year). He also played one year with Esporte Clube Jacuipense. SAT is 1040, American GPA is 3.3. Highlight VideoTraining Video. Contact Leandro Ribeiro, [email protected], +55 71 991461565.
 
Jordan Santa Cruz, AZ, GK, Barca Residency Academy -- Highlight Video. Contact [email protected] 623-633-1893 or Coach Chris Harmon 484-888-2255 or [email protected]
 
Peter Silva, CA, 6-2, GK, Irvine Strikers Pre-Academy 2002/[Bishop Amat ca-m] (Calif.) -- Looking for Division I and Division II schools. Has offers but is keeping an open mind. Has height and is very quick on his feet. Good with 1on1s and talks throughout the game. Also is a good shot stopper. 
Highlight video. Contact Club Coach Luis Barahona, 714-336-3162, or High School Coach Guiremillo Gonzales, 562-209-2859.
 
Brendan Werner, PA, 6-4, GK, Philadelphia SC/Philadelphia Academy Charter (Pa.) -- Seeking NCAA Division I, II or III opportunities. Interest from Bryant, St. Joseph's, Lycoming College, Rutgers-Camden and Bryn Athen College. SE Pennsylvania Soccer Hall of Fame Male Player of the Year. Three-time Philadelphia All-Public goalkeeper. Highlight Video. Contact Brendan Werner, [email protected].  
 
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