|2013 Pro Soccer Combine – Men's Player Profile|
|Positions Played||Center Back|
|Birthdate / Birthplace||August 3, 1990 / USA|
|School/Last Season of Eligibility||Wake Forest University / 2012|
|Last Professional Team||PDL, Seattle Sounders U23, 2012|
|Combine Coach||CJ Brown, Real Salt Lake (MLS)|
|Technical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)|
|Passing||4||Very good out of the back|
|Tactical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)|
|Executes Under Pressure||5||Superb|
|Movement Off Ball||3.5|
|Physical Ability (1 - 5: 5=strongest)|
|Combine Coach's Overall Comments|
|Level headed, and reads the game very well.Calm. Liked his presence in the back line. Be careful dribbling out of the back... need to be wise there. Great fitness and I see him at a high level. Work as much as you can on your speed and quickness.|
|Collegiate Soccer Career|
|Head Coach: Jay Vidovich
2012: 19 appearances logging 1472 minutes (14 starts, began season recovering from sports hernia). Scored a goal and provided an assist. Played and impressed in central midfield in upset against #1 Ranked Maryland. Lead team to 3rd College Cup berth in 4 seasons losing to Coastal Carolina in overtime.
2011: Made 17 appearances (17 starts) compiling a 50 game start streak from first game as freshman. Logged 1402 minutes and started all three post-season matches
2010: All-ACC Second team... Started all 19 games scoring 2 goals along the way, 1 of which was a game-winner against Clemson. Logged 1700 minutes
2009: Earned All-Freshman Team honors by Soccer America, selected to All-ACC Freshman team and named Freshman to watch by CollegeSoccerNews. com in 2009.... Started all 24 games of Freshman season logging 2050 minutes. Scored 3 goals all of which were game-winners.
|Professional / Semi-Pro / Club Soccer Career|
|Member of U-18 and U-20 US National Teams.
Starter on Seattle Sounders U-23 team which reached the semi-finals in the PDL Cup
Won 8 straight State Championships with Youth Club Crossfire FC, two as captain
|Injury and Medical Information|
|Sports hernia, early 2012, fully recovered|
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