All Area Central Florida

Updated: January 20, 2009, 4:52 PM ET
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BOYS
NAMESCHOOLPOSITIONYEAR
Alex BisbeeBooneFSenior
Jonathan MendozaLymanFJunior
Jared RossSarasota ChristianFSenior
Wes SeverTampa PrepFJunior
Kevin PahlGeorge JenkinsMFSophomore
Danny SalazarWinter ParkMFSenior
Keith SierraTampa JesuitMFSenior
Korey VeederDixie HollinsMFSenior
Jorge MinottaSanford SeminoleDSenior
Bradley StevensTrinity PrepDSenior
Josh GradyTampa FreedomGKSenior



GIRLS
NAMESCHOOLPOSITIONYEAR
Kaley BladesDunedinFJunior
Allison GriffinSatelliteFSenior
Tishia JewellSatelliteFSenior
Kayla BalaGeorge JenkinsMFSenior
Kelsey MitchellLake BrantleyMFSenior
Alicia NalleyEast LakeMFSenior
Adriana RodriguesSt. PetersburgMFJunior
Shareen SutherlandEdgewaterMFSenior
Alex CrownOlympiaDSenior
Annick McBryarSatelliteDSenior
Kendall GrahamNewsomeGKSenior



OTHER TOP PLAYERS: BOYS
NAMESCHOOLPOSITIONYEAR
Anthony BaumannTampa PrepMFJr.
Scotty CombsHudsonFSr.
Aaron GendreauOrangewood ChristianFJr.
Joey LaytonWhartonFSr.
Kyle LynchSarasota ChristianMFSo.
Michael MunozSanford SeminoleFSr.
Ryan PriceMelbourneFSr.
T.J. RoehnBerkeley PrepFJr.
Ian RonshauserNortheastGKSr.
Andrew SmithPalm Harbor UniversityMFSr.
Stephen SpanosShorecrestFSr.
Alex SpockLand O' LakesGKSr.
Ben SweatPalm Harbor UniversityMFJr.
Matt TobinPalm Harbor UniversityFSr.



OTHER TOP PLAYERS: GIRLS
NAMESCHOOLPOSITIONYEAR
Catherine BrinkmanPalm Harbor UniversityFJr.
Kelly CampbellCCCFSr.
Ana CateNewsomeMFSr.
Cristina CocaBloomingdaleGKSr.
Ellycia ColonPalm Harbor UniversityDSr.
Jo DragottaGaitherDSr.
Leah FisherEast LakeFSr.
Paige GoodwinTampa PrepFSr.
Michelle GrubkaMelbourneDSr.
Bryane HeaberlinBerkeley PrepGKFr.
Aileen HerreraBloomingdaleMFSr.
Kendall NarumCountrysideMFJr.
Marisa RussoMitchellFJr.
Katie StengelVieraFJr.



PRIME-TIME PLAYERS



WES SEVER
The Terrapins' most prolific scorer, Sever notched 39 goals last year. He was named MVP of the Class 2A state tournament as Tampa Prep took home its second straight title last winter.

KOREY VEEDER
An NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American, Veeder spent last year in the Under-17 Men's National Team Residency Program in Bradenton. He figures to be a big part of U.S. Soccer for years to come.

GRIFFIN, JEWELL and McBRYAR
The trio of stars is down to one  if that. Griffin tore her ACL, McBryar is graduating early to enroll at Florida, and Jewell missed time with a fractured eye socket. Can the Scorps still contend?

ALEX CROWN
A Youth National Team staple, Crown is rated the No. 47 player in the Class of 2009 by ESPNU. The 2007 NSCAA/adidas All-American is expected to graduate early and enroll at Florida State.



COACH'S TAKE



AN AREA COACH ON JOSH GRADY:
"He is possibly the best goalkeeper in Central Florida. He has great size and strength and has lots of command on the field. He wins everything in the air that comes into his box and does well in his positioning."