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10 Jonathan Villanueva
Jonathan  Villanueva


Grand Prairie, Texas

High School:
South Grand Prairie

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160


HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered as a midfielder at South Grand Prairie High School and Cedar Hill High School ... rated as the nation's top soccer recruit by School Sports magazine ... named to the Parade All-America Team as the top midfielder in the country as a senior ... selected the Dallas Morning News All-Area Player of the Year as a senior ... scored 31 goals and 14 assists in helping South Grand Prairie advance to the regional quarterfinals as a senior ... as a junior at Cedar Hill, he scored 17 goals ... three-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American (2004-05), Adidas ESP Inivitee (2003-05) and Adidas All-Star (2005) ... voted Newcomer of the Year for private schools in his area as freshman in 2002 ... played for one of the top club teams in the country, the Dallas Texans ... member of the ODP -- Region III (2000-2002) team as well as a five-time Coca Cola Classic League Champion (2001-2005) ... helped lead teams to the Region III Championship titles twice (2003, 2005) and to a third place at the national championship in 2003 ... helped his team to a national championship in 2005 ... US National Team member in 2003 ... two-time Premier League Champion as well as a four-time state champion (2002-05) ... played for the U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team during the summer of 2006 and helped them win a national title ... played for the U-18 National who competed in Slovakia.

PERSONAL: Son of Santiago and Becky Quintanilla ... born Mar. 30, 1988 in Dallas, Texas ... has three siblings, Nicholas, Gabriela, Tre.


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