# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
1 Tommy Vinter MID Jr.
2 Patrick Fuller ATT Jr.
3 John Galdames ATT Sr.
4 Cameron Meunier MID Sr.
6 Kyle Richbourg MID Jr.
7 Carson McEver MID Sr.
8 John Tarver ATT Jr.
9 Patrick Goldammer MID Jr.
10 Brendan Shea MID Sr.
11 Nacho Fernandez DEF Sr.
12 Zach Kehoe DEF Jr.
13 Christian Park MID Jr.
14 Austine Tebyanian ATT Jr.
15 Tommy Bowden ATT Sr.
16 Dylan Cooper MID So.
17 Kyle Heidt MID Jr.
18 Britton Lee DEF Jr.
19 Jasper Thompson DEF Jr.
20 John McCullough DEF Jr.
21 Matthew Laurence MID Jr.
22 Matt Perry DEF Sr.
23 Steven Rivera G Jr.
24 Corey Spriggs MID Sr.
25 Hunar Berzangi G Jr.
26 Jake Kandel ATT Jr.
29 Josh Tarver G Jr.
30 David Hyde MID Sr.
32 Tyler Heidt ATT So.
33 Kainoa O'Connor LSM Sr.
34 Lavel Brown LSM So.
35 Aidan Barnes DEF Jr.
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