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.
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The players are listed in alphabetical order.
Kyra Anzaldo, CA, 5-3, F/M, CDA Slammers Elite G02 -- Looking for a private NCAA Division II, Division III, NAIA school. She is narrowing the list now and is open-minded to playing out-of-state. She plays the ball quickly and is mentally strong. Elite level technical skills. Ranked on TopDrawerSoccer SoCal Players to Watch for Class of 2020. On YouTube Soccer Videos Total 3 Million Views. Kyra is a female soccer ambassador for Number’s Don’t Lie, FIFA Fan Movement, Kaos Soccer and Inside College Soccer. Highlight Video. Contact MSA Director Lorenzo Magana or Kyra Anzaldo on YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website | Email.
Madisyn Bukoski, VA, GK, Chantilly Youth Association 01-02 Purple ECNL2 NPL/Fairfax (Va.) -- Looking at all levels. Wants to play in college. Had an early offer but delayed and missed it. Smart, quick, effective and an innate competitive drive that can't be taught. Overlooked because of her height, but she plays big. Contact Coach Kasey Davenport, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jacqueline Calderon, CA, 5-3, CM, Legends IE/[La Quinta ca-w] (Calif.) -- She is looking for a small- or medium-sized public or private school. She is hoping to play either Division II, Division III or NAIA soccer. She is open to speaking to any school that takes an interest in her for their team. She lives in California and will consider instate and out-of-state options. This past high school season, she was the captain of the varsity soccer team at La Quinta High School, selected Most Valuable Player by my teammates, and chosen for the All-League girls soccer team for the Desert Empire League. Her strengths are her strong kick. She's capable of taking free kicks from a distance and have excellent corner kicks. She is a confident player who isn't afraid to go 1v1 or challenge any player for the ball.Evaluations from Coaches: Coach Alvarado, Cal Lutheran, 2019 | Coach Moraga, Whittier College, 2017 | Coach Cedeno, Whitman College, 2017 | Coach Denoyer, University of Richmond, 2018 | Coach Kellar, Ottawa University Arizona, 2018. Contact Jacqueline Calderon, email@example.com, 760-501-1970.
Anna Carrier, CO, 5-6, CB/CM/AM, Colorado Rush U19 DA -- Looking for a larger-sized school, but she doesn't have a preference on location. West and Midwest would be preferred. Seeking Division I and Division II opportunities. She has somewhat of a narrowed list, but is open minded about where she could play. She is a very physical player and doesn't back down from a challenge. Carrier is very technically skilled. She is a team leader. She is shy and quiet at first, but has always earned the respect of teammates and has looked to be a leader. She is very athletic and if a coach tells me to do something on the field, she gets the job done. Highlight Video-1. Highlight Video-2. Highlight Video-3. Contact: Coach Tony Rosales, firstname.lastname@example.org, 720-576-5748; Academy Director John Carroll, email@example.com, 303-931-0298.
Reagan Carter, TX, 5-10, GK, Eastern New Mexico/Texans FDL/Mineral Wells (Texas) -- Seeking an NCAA Division I or II opportunity. A 2020 prospect, Carter graduated early to report to college for the spring semester. She entered the transfer portal on April 3. She has four years eligibility remaining. Her collegiate GPA is 3.9+. She is looking for a school with a pre-professions program as she plans to attend PA school after her bachelor degree. She was the lone GK on the Texans FDL team for the last four years. Her club team attended regionals the last three years and had earned a bid to regionals and nationals this year. She was a three-year starting goalkeeper at Mineral Wells and was named 4A all-state goalkeeper every year. She also won MVP and MVP GK awards. In three years of high school play, she logged almost 600 saves and led the team to its deepest playoff run in school history. Highlight Video. Contact: Club coach Jimmy Fagen, 214-535-2692; Reagan Carter, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eileen Doherty, MD, W/CM, Baltimore Armour DA -- She is currently in a gap year as she tore her ACL at the end of her junior year and due to rehabilitation missed most of her senior year. She is taking classes at a local community college. She is looking at schools on the East Coast. Rollins College, Towson University, are a couple she is interested but is open to other options. She would play Division I, Division II or Division III. Doherty is a very creative and technical player. She has an excellent work ethic and is a very dangerous player in the final third. She has an ability to score goals in a variety of ways and with an excellent shot with both feet she is able to test the GK from distance. She is No. 7 and Armour is in all-black in both films. Video-1 vs. Metro United. Video-2 vs. SC del Sol. Contact Club Coach Danny Skelton, 410-967-7480,email@example.com.
Alexus Garza, TX, 5-4/120, OB, FC Dallas DPL/[Forney tx-m] (Texas) -- Seeking a Division I or II program in Texas. Garza has played for the FC Dallas Development Academy team for the past two years and three years of ECNL prior to that all under Coach Matt Grubb. Decided to play DPL my senior year to have the ability to play high school. Her strengths are speed and soccer IQ. She is a very technical player that is a switch foot. She currently has a GPA of 4.4 and plan to study engineering in college. Both her high school and club team are undefeated this year (high school only allowing two goals all season as a center back). Recently named to the Academic All-State team in Texas. Contacts: Team Manager Thomas Rosas, 210-215-1678,firstname.lastname@example.org; Club Director Chris Ring,email@example.com; High School Coach Trisha Williamson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Gasaway, TN, 5-6, CM, Clarksville SC/Clarksville (Tenn.) -- Looking for Division I, Division II, NAIA, public or private within a four-hour radius of Clarksville, Tenn. She has several Division I offers but still looking for the right fit and program. She is a very creative player with excellent foot skills and first touch. Great vision, very comfortable with the ball under high pressure and excellent strike on set pieces. Region III ODP Pool Player, Region III Thanksgiving Interregional Event, US Soccer Training Center Invitations, ECNL Player to watch with FC Alliance, TopDrawerSoccer Girls High School Stars: South Class of 2020, TN All-State Team, Tennessean Midstate Player to Watch, CHS 2020 MVP Award, CSC 02 Player of the Year, District 10AAA All District Team, Career High School Stats: 87 assists and 73 Goals. Player Profile. Highlight Video-1. Highlight Video-2. High School Coach Contact Information: Sara Kluttz, 423-364-4524, email@example.com. Club Coach Contact Information: Wayne Hibbeler, 931-217-2001, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keaton Grabarczyk, OH, 5-7, GK, Greater Toledo FC/[Anthony Wayne oh-w] (Ohio) -- Seeking an NCAA Division I or II opportunity. Recently reopened her recruiting. Keaton is an athletic goalkeeper with great hand strength, positioning and the ability to read the game. She started every game of her career for Anthony Wayne High School and plays club at Greater Toledo FC. She was a part of the nationally ranked team that went to the state final in the fall of 2019. Highlight Video. Contact: Keaton Grabarczyk, 419-308-0103, email@example.com.
Addie Hackney, TX, F/M/D, Five years of ECNL experience (Lone Star: 14-15, 15-16, 16-17; Austin Sting: 17-18, 18-19)/Westlake (Texas) -- She's looking to play on the Division I level at a school she likes. She's a 4.0 student, captain of a perennially strong high school team and recently was featued in the Austin Statesman. Contact Westlake coach Darci Carruthers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sara Hammons, MD, CB, Baltimore Armour DA/[John Carroll md-w] (Md.) -- Looking at schools on East Coast that have a chemistry major. Preferably Division I but also open to Division II and Division III. She has been in communication with two NCAA Division I programs. She is open-minded to other opportunities. She is a very explosive and athletic center back. Her positional understanding and ability to read the game along with her pace makes it very difficult for opposition to get in behind her. She has experience playing as center back in flat four as well as one of three backs in a 3-5-2 system. Very good passer of the ball with a solid range of passing which allows her to spray the ball all over the field. Hammons is No. 15 and Armour is in all-black in both films. Video-1 vs. Metro United. Video-2 vs. SC del Sol. Contact Club Coach Danny Skelton, 410-967-7480,email@example.com.
Asia Hart, AZ, 5-9, GK, Arsenal FC ECNL U19/Hamilton (Ariz.) -- Hart is open to college opportunities. She had 92 saves in her senior year of high school play with 17 shutouts and allowed just seven goals in the regular season. She helped lead Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.) to a 6A state final. She also led the conference in goals allowed average at 0.364. She is one of eight finalist for state player of the year. Highlight Video. Contact Eddie Hertsenberg, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Madison Hernandez, NV, W, Heat FC 02/01 ECNL -- Madi is wide open with her search and although she is speaking with a couple of programs at various levels, she is still considering any and all options. She is a true left-footed player who is super dynamic and impactful in that attack from the left flank position. She is fully healthy and has gotten off to a fabulous start to the spring portion of the season. She can take players on off the dribble and can shoot with power from distance, who also has the knack to deliver quality services into the box. A good understanding of playing both sides of the ball, she has developed a great understanding of the tactical side of the game throughout this season. Please contact Club Director Eric McDonald at email@example.com or Coach J.J. Wozniak at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sarah Javorsky, CA, 5-7, D, WCFC/OC Surf DA/West Coast FC DA -- Seeking a small/mid-large, Public or Private, NCAA Division I school. She has a few offers but still open mind. Exceptional Soccer IQ. Good acceleration, anticipation. Comfortable with ball on either foot. Physical. Highlight Video. Contact Director/Coach Platini Soaf, 858-518-4729, email@example.com.
Perla Kamami, IL, 5-4, CM/DM, Chicago Rush West/[Glenbard North il-w] (Ill.) -- Looking at Division II, Division III and NAIA programs in Florida. She has a high soccer IQ and is always looking for opportunities to create plays and control and organize the game. She is very vocal and a strong leader. She is very aggressive and not afraid to use her body or head head. She is a strong finisher. Profile Link. Contact: Coach Spero Mandakas, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jasmine Krostag, CA, 5-10, F/M/W, Eagles SC G02 ECNL/Thousand Oaks (Calif.) -- Seeking Division I or II, mid-to-large-sized public schools in the West Coast, Florida or Arizona. Fast, good movement/looking at channels and running through them. Good at crossing with both left and right foot. Good movement into space. Good runs out wide. Three-time all-league first-team pick. Highlight Video. Contact Jasmine Krostag, email@example.com.
Marleni Maya, TX, 5-7, D, Sting Soccer Club CC 02/Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial (Texas) -- Seeking a public school in Texas with 500-20,000 students that is either NAIA, Division III or JuCo. She has a narrowed list of schools but remains open to any other school that is interested. She is a tenacious backline player, great in recovering runs to get behind the ball and also good in finding open teammates to make plays. Perfect attitude to be successful, great team player. Highlight Video. Contact: Club Coach Anne Houliston, 361-331-8131, firstname.lastname@example.org or High School Coach Ifiok Ofong, 361-215-2186, email@example.com.
Tia Pascarelli, CT, 5-8, GK, Yankee United -- Looking for a medium-size school in the Northeast. Open minded for schools. She was one of the top keepers in Connecticut this past fall, earning all-state honors. She is strong, athletic, and superb in the air and on the ground. Her diving technique is of high quality. She has tremendous range, outstanding hands, and handles the physicality of the game well. She is outstanding in her decision making, very quick off her line and has a great sense of anticipation as to when to come and when to stay. Academically she is a 4.0+ student with a 1250 SAT and is in all AP classes. She is considered low- to mid-level Division I keeper by a college/club coach with more than 40 years coaching experience. She has been in contact with Brown, Northeastern, Iona College, UMass-Lowell, Nazareth College, and Roger Williams University. Highlight Video. Contact: Wayne Mones, 203-667-9207.