Scouting for the 2012 MLS SuperDraft will begin in ernest now that full combine rosters have been finalized (click here for full roster). Among the latest additions to the previously announced list of players are four additions to the Generation Adidas class, seven internationals and two more college seniors.
Confirming earlier reports, Dom Dwyer, Andrew Jean-Baptiste, Enzo Martinez and Tyler Polak were all added to the the 2012 Generation Adidas class. That brings the class to nine players, which keeps it a similar size to past years.
The other notable additions to the combine roster are a group of seven internationals. As previously reported, former Liverpool academy player Jason Banton is probably the most notable player in that bunch. Other intriguing names include Aldo Paniagua and Gienir Garcia. Paniagua is a 22-year-old midfielder who has a couple appearances with Paraguay's U20 team. Garcia is a defender who has seen limited time with Cruz Azul, even scoring a CONCACAF Champions League goal for them against San Francisco during the 2010-11 tournament. The other internationals are Benjamin Ubierna (Peru), Emiliano Bonfigli (Argentina), Kohei Yamada (Japan) and Yuri Gorentzvaig (Brazil).
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