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Youth Boys Nov 18, 2016

NSCAA announces Youth All-Americans, Players of the Year (Boys)

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Via NSCAA) – The National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced on Friday the 2016 NSCAA Youth All-America Teams, headlined by the 2016 Youth Players of the Year.

Atlanta United’s Andrew Carleton (Powder Springs, Ga.) was named 2016 NSCAA Youth Boys Player of the Year and So Cal Blues SC’s Ashley Sanchez (Monrovia, Calif.) receives recognition as the 2016 NSCAA Youth Girls Player of the Year.

The duo are among a total of 81 players (41 girls, 40 boys) honored as NSCAA Youth All-Americans.

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These players, along with their families and coaches, will be formally acknowledged for their accomplishments at the NSCAA All-America Luncheon on January 14, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in conjunction with the 2017 NSCAA Convention.

2016 NSCAA Youth Boys All-America Team

Player of the Year: Andrew Carleton (Powder Springs, Ga.), Atlanta United FC

* Indicates previous All-America selection

Name Club Hometown
George Acosta Weston FC Miami, Fla.
Ayo Akinola Toronto FC Bradenton, Fla.
Isaac Angking New England Revolution Providence, R.I.
Jake Arteaga LA Galaxy Glendora, Calif.
Carlos Asensio Georgia United Rosewell, Ga.
Taylor Booth La Roca Eden, Utah
Alexander Budnik Sockers FC Arlington Heights, Ill.
Andrew Carleton Atlanta United Powder Springs, Ga.
Jose Carranza* DC United Manassas, VA.
Lucas Del Rosario Capitol Area Railhawks Durham, N.C.
Griffith Dorsey Colorado Rush Evergreen, Colo.
Christopher Durkin DC United Glen Allen, Va.
Jesus Ferreira FC Dallas Academy Dallas, Texas
Blaine Ferri Solar Chelsea Southlake, Texas
Justin Garces Kendall FC Miami, Fla.
Christopher Gloster New York Red Bulls Montclair, N.J.
Christopher Goslin Atlanta United Locust Grove, Ga.
Zyen Jones Atlanta United Clarkston, Ga.
Jaylin Lindsey Sporting Kansas City Charlotte, N.C.
Rayshaun McGann Philadelphia Union Royal Palm Beach, Fla.
John Nelson* Internationals SC Medina, Ohio
Andrew Paoli San Jose Earthquakes San Jose, Calif.
Emmanuel Perez Capitol Area Railhawks Raleigh, N.C.
Paxton Pomykal FC Dallas Academy Highland Village, Texas
Matthew Real* Philadelphia Union Drexel Hill, Pa.
Justin Rennicks New England Revolution Hamilton, Mass.
Bryan Reynolds FC Dallas Academy The Colony, Texas
Carlo  Ritaccio BW Gottschee Westbury, N.Y.
James Sands New York Soccer Club Rye, N.Y.
Josh Sargent Scott Gallagher (Mo.). O’Fallon, Mo.
Brady Scott De Anza Force SC Petaluma, Calif.
Brandon Servania FC Dallas Academy Birmingham, Ala.
Tyler Shaver Beachside Greenwich, Conn.
Aeden Stanley Scott Gallagher (Mo.). Columbia, Ill.
Tonny Temple IMG Academy Millville, Pa.
Arturo Vasquez FC Golden State Mira Loma, Calif.
Chandler Vaughn DC United Woodbridge, Va.
Adrian Villegas Portland Timbers Hood River, Ore.
Carson Vom Steeg Real So Cal Santa Barbara, Calif.
Aristotle Zarris LA Galaxy Sarasota, Fla.

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