Patrick McGavin’s top soccer players

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Forwards: Chris Ensign, Naperville North, sr.; Lino Garcia, Mundelein, sr.; Carlos Gonzalez, Brother Rice, jr.; Jordi Heeneman, Naperville Central, sr.; Iven Hernandez, Antioch, sr.; Oliver Horgan, Lake Park, sr.; Kyle Kenagy, Benet, sr.; Sam Johnson, Hinsdale Central, sr.; Jaime Lopez, Lane, sr.; Zach Manibog, St. Charles East, sr.; Ethan Marx, Stevenson, sr.; Luis Ortega, Washington, sr.; Ryan Ross, Neuqua Valley, sr.; Ty Seager, Wheaton Academy, jr.; Danny Silva, Maine West, sr.

Midfielders: Jaime Alonso, Young, jr.; Grant Borg, Naperville North, jr.; Steven Childs, New Trier, sr.; Leo Delgado, Morton, jr.; Eric Diaz, Downers South, jr.; Justin Ehren, Carmel, sr.; Anthony Giulli, St. Joseph, sr.; Harry Hilling, Lyons, sr.; Elliot Kettle, Wheaton Warrenville South, sr.; Ian Larson, Batavia, sr.; Elias Leyva, Addison Trail, sr.; Jordan Moore, St. Charles East, sr.; Ian Murray, Lake Zurich, sr.; Giles Phillips, Barrington, sr.; Dakota Rowsey, Metea Valley, sr.

Defenders: Jack Bessy, Huntley, so.; Mike Delaney, Streamwood, sr.; Andrew Dobosenski, Downers South, sr.; Frankie Estrada, Wheeling, sr.; Jesus Fernandez, West Chicago, sr.; Evan Floersch, Hinsdale Central, sr.; Zach Jones, Glenbard North, sr.; Kyle Kroll, Sandburg, sr.; Breton Lowry, Evanston, sr.; Hunter Moore, Lake Forest, sr.; Rodolfo Moreno, Oswego, sr.; Tim Moriarty, New Trier, sr.; Omar Rodriguez, Highland Park, sr.; Brandon Villanueva, St. Charles East, sr.; Campbell White, Hersey, sr.

Goalies: Wes Bergevin, Hinsdale Central, sr.; Ian Chacon, Morton, jr.; Erick Estrada, Stagg, sr.; Jose Gonzalez, Dundee-Crown, sr.; RJ Hill, Warren, jr.

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