Three Cavaliers soccer players gear up for Southeast All-American game

Published 9:10 am Thursday, June 9, 2022

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The boys and girls All-American soccer games will have a Callaway flair to them thanks to the participation of recent Cavalier graduates Blake Eubanks, Jostin Raymundo, and Keeley McGuffin.

The games will showcase some of the highest quality soccer players in the United States from the class of 2022-24. The games will feature 72 players (36 boys and 36 girls) divided into teams: Team Stars and Team Stripes. The three Cavaliers will all represent Team Stars. The event is one of the premier high school soccer recruiting events in the country. 

The games will take place in Jennifer Ross Soccer Complex and Memorial Stadium in Savannah on Saturday. The players will train Thursday and Friday in which they will be able to show their talents to college coaches, scouts and professional team organizations of all divisions. Over 150 college programs will be represented from across the country, ranging from NCAA DI, NCAA DII, NCAA DIII, to NAIA among a plethora of others. 

Eubanks will look to impress in an attacking role for the boys team. He was a key figure for the Cavaliers last season and will look to get some eyes on him from the next level this weekend. 

Raymundo was a star for the Cavaliers boys program last year as he was named the Region 5-AA player of the year for 2022. While he has not drawn the kind of attention from the next level that his talents warrant, this will be a stage for him to show what he is made of.

McGuffin is already signed to play with Point University starting in the fall but will relish an opportunity to show her skills alongside other talented individuals.