That’s Danny Mwanga from Oregon State, who was invited for a look from Sounders FC early last season.
2010 Generation adidas class:
Corben Bone M 21 Plano, TX Wake Forest University US U-16, U-17, U-18, U-20
A M.A.C. Hermann Trophy finalist and two-time first-team All-American, Bone finished his career with 15 goals and 38 assists. Bone helped Wake Forest to the top of the ACC regular season standings and led his team to the semifinals of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. Was named the ACC Freshman of the year in 2007.
Teal Bunbury F 19 Prior Lake, MN University of Akron Canada U-17, U-20
An NSCAA/Performance Subaru First Team All-American and finalist for the M.A.C. Hermann Trophy he led the nation with 17 goals while helping his team to the 2009 NCAA Championship final.
Dilly Duka M 20 Montville, NJ Rutgers/Red Bull Youth Academy US U-20
Played two seasons at Rutgers University, earning second-team All-BIG EAST honors in 2008 before forgoing his junior season to join the U.S. U-20 squad for the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Appeared in all three matches, starting two, for the U.S. in World Cup play.
Blair Gavin M 20 Louisville, KY U. of Akron/ Sereno Soccer Club US U-20, U-18
Gavin scored five goals, earning First Team All-MAC honors in 2009 and helping to lead his team to the 2009 NCAA Championship final.
Zac Herold D 17 Port St. Lucie, FL West Pines United Club US U-17
A member of the U.S. Soccer U-17 Residency program since Fall 2007, Herold appeared in the all four matches of as the U.S. advanced to the Round of 16 in the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
Sean Johnson GK 20 Lilburn, GA UCF US U-20
Was a member of the U-20 Men’s National Team roster for the 2009 U-20 World Cup. Did not play during the tournament but has three caps in friendly competition as a member of the U-20 National Team.
Jack McInerney F 17 Alpharetta, GA Cobb Soccer Club US U-17
Appeared in all four games for the U.S. in the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup, scoring two goals and helping the squad to the Round of 16. Has earned Was a member of the U.S. Soccer U-17 Residency program since the Fall of 2007.
Danny Mwanga F 18 Kinshasa, Dem. Oregon State University
Rep. Of Congo
A 2009 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Second Team All-American and 2009 Pac-10 Player of the Year, he scored 14 goals for the Oregon State Beavers this season.
Amobi Okugo M 18 Sacramento, CA UCLA US U-17, U-18, U-20
A two-time Parade All-American in high school, he earned Pac-10 Freshman of the Year honors this past season as a rookie at UCLA. He played with the U-20 MNT at the 2009 CONCACAF U-20 Championships and with the U-18 MNT at the 2009 Australian Youth Festival, scoring two goals in three games. Okugo was a member of the U.S. Soccer Residency Program from the Fall 2006 through the Fall 2007 semester.
Ike Opara D 20 Durham, NC Wake Forest University US U-20
A two-time ACC Defensive Player of the Year honoree, he scored three goals and added two assists from his central-defender position while helping Wake Forest to the top of the ACC regular season standings and the semifinals of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. He appeared in all three games for the U.S. during the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Tony Tchani M/F 20 Norfolk, VA University of Virginia
After earning ACC Freshman of the Year honors in 2008, Tchani scored eight goals in 2009, en route to first-team All-American honors. He helped lead the University of Virginia to their sixth NCAA Championship in 2009.
Andrew Wiedeman F 20 San Ramon, CA University of California US U-18
A 2009 First Team All-Pac-10 selection scored 30 goals in his three-year career for the Bears.