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A Look at FCD Academy Graduates in the College Ranks

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Academy graduate Ruben Luna, just 18 years old, is getting valuable experience this season.
Academy graduate Ruben Luna, just 18 years old, is getting valuable experience this season.

As the NCAA schedule gets into the conference championships and on to the tournament, I thought it might be cool to take a look at how some of the FCD Juniors graduates are fairing in their Freshman and Sophomore seasons. If I have left anyone out, feel free to update us on their progress....and before anyone says it, we all know how this kid is doing.

London Woodberry

The US youth international is now in his sophomore season at The University of Maryland and is enjoying plenty of success on the Terrapins having started nine games this season. Just a sophomore, Woodberry has a long time to grow and will be a definite MLS prospect at outside back.

Cody Adams

The explosive winger from Frisco has kind of fallen off the map. He committed to University of Denver and showed up on their website, but is not currently on the team roster. Anyone got any information on this kid?

Bradlee Baladez

The fantastic attacking midfielder is enjoying a breakout freshman year starting 18 of the Gamecocks 19 games and scoring 5 goals with 4 of them being game winners. He's even getting some national attention. Baladez will face SMU in the Conference USA tournament tomorrow

Keep reading for more updates from the Big 10, ACC and more on our homegrown players 

Marlon Duran

Playing at Dayton, Duran is having an excellent freshman year having started 18 games and scoring 2 goals with 2 assists. 

Chris Figueroa

Figueroa, the two way midfielder on the FCD Juniors, is in his freshman year at NC State. Chris has played in eight games this season logging 1 assist and no goals. 

Jacob Gerondale

One of the starting center backs on the great FCD Juniors team that made it to Finals week last season, Gerondale is red-shirting at the University of Wisconsin this season. 

 

Add Ruben Luna, Moises Hernandez and Victor Ulloa to that list and you can see how truly remarkable the team was last season.