The TopDrawerSoccer Combines is one of the most successful tools in helping players get recruited for college soccer, and last Wednesday’s National Signing Day was the latest example of the success of the program. In only its third year of existence, the Combine has already helped over 150 players realize their dreams of playing soccer in college.
This year’s Signing Day was the most successful in the history of the combine with commitments to a number of top programs as well as a large quantity of players signing on the dotted line to continue playing at the next level.
Below is just a sampling of the college commitments that have trickled in from Combine alums since Signing Day with the possibility of more in the near future:
(name - combine attended - college commitment)
Nicholas Cousillas – Tri State 2014 - Stevens Institute of technology(m)
Riley Colins – Tri State 2014 - UMBC
Camille Papelera – Chicago 2014 – Saint Francis (Ill.)(w)
Connor Openlander – Chicago 2014 - Marshall
Jaime Colin – Chicago 2014 – Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Jacob Rosen – Chicago 2014 – Schoolcraft College
Elliot Kettle – Chicago 2014 – Saint Xavier
Brandon Anselmo - Raleigh 2014 – Winthrop
Michael Infante - New England 2014 – Holy Cross
Christine Hoynack – Atlanta 2014 – Bentley
Sydney Talmi – Nor Cal 2014) – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Alejandro Gomez – Nor Cal 2014 – Cal State Northridge(m)
Alex Fluitt – Nor Cal 2014 – Cal State Chico
Preston Kilwien - Nor Cal 2014 – Florida Gulf Coast(m)
Yousef Diyab - Nor Cal 2014 – Cal State East Bay
Chase Covello – Tri State 2014 - Monmouth
Jenn Staudt – Chicago 2013 - Georgetown
Coby Breen – Tri State 2014 – Fairleigh Dickinson
Kenneth Wells – Dallas 2012 – Our Lady of the Lake
Natalie Thompson – Atlanta 2014 - Lander
Robert DeWitt, III – Chicago 2014 - Xavier
Samuel Phelps – Philly 2013 - Westchester Community College
Other noticeable achievements from alumni of our 2014 Combines include our New England Best XI forward Gabrielle Brummett, class of 2016, who won Gatorade’s Girl Soccer Player of the year for New Hampshire. Also named as Gatorade Boy Soccer Player of the Year for his state was Samuel Jester, class of 2015, Tri State Best XI and NJIT verbal commit.
Don’t miss your chance to #GetRecognized by signing up to one of 12 locations in our combine series for 2015 now!