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HS: TeamSnap Boys All-America update

Article Written by Sheldon Shealer
Published: March 22, 2017

More than 650 fall- and winter-playing high school boys players made the cut for the Fall TeamSnap All-America Watch ListWinter TeamSnap All-America Watch List and  the Spring TeamSnap All-America Watch List

Players, through coaches recommendations and TopDrawerSoccer staff observations, will be added each week to the list as performances warrant. The only players that will be removed from the list will be athletes who are no longer playing high school soccer or sustain a season-ending injury that will take them out of all-state consideration.

The TeamSnap All-America teams are not announced until the end of the school year. 

Complete list of TeamSnap All-America Update articles.

Here are recent performances and updates from players on the TeamSnap All-America Watch Lists:


* Trevor Gawlikowski, Forest Hill (Fla.), Sr.: Gawlikowski retuned from an ACL injury to score 36 goals, record 34 assists and earn the Sun-Sentinel Palm Beach Boys Player of the Year honors. 

* Jeremiah Gonzales, Omaha South (Neb.), So.: Talk about a perfect debut. Gonzales had a shutout in the team's first-round victory, then he made four stops in a penalty kick shootout after stopping a PK in regulation to lead Omaha South to a Packer Engagement title. Gonzales inherited the starting spot from a three-year starter who has since graduated. 

* Kyle Hellmann, Father Ryan (Tenn.), Sr.: The East Tennessee State signee scored two crucial goals to help Father Ryan win its bracket at the Smoky Mountain Cup. Hellmann, who moved to Nashville from Colorado, is in his first season with Father Ryan.

Quinn McNeill, J.L. Mann (S.C.), Sr.: The Clemson signee had five goals and two assists, which included the game-tying goal that gave J.L. Mann a bracket title at the Smoky Mountain Cup. 

* Wyatt Priest, Coppell (Texas), Jr.: Priest had three goals and three assists as Coppell won the top flight at the Smoky Mountain Cup over the weekend. 

NOTE: The fall All-America watch list includes only players from high school teams that compete during the fall season. The inaugural Winter All-America watch list was released in November and includes players from the seven winter-playing states, and the inaugural Spring All-America watch list was released in February.

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