All-Time Numeric Roster | NTXSC

I know. It’s kind of funny to make a North Texas Soccer Club All-Time Numeric Roster when it’s only been two seasons. But you have to start somewhere.

Over the course of 2019 and 2020, we noticed what seem to be some general unofficial rules for jersey numbers.

– The players signed to North Texas SC pick first usually take the low, coveted numbers.
– Players coming down from MLS seem to keep their same number if possible.
– Academy players mostly get high numbers above 36.

1

Carlos Avilez2019 to Current

2

Cesar Murillo 2019

3

Philip Ponder2020 to Current

4

Brecc Evans 2019 to Current
Brecc Evans
Brecc Evans, North Texas SC Captain, plays against Forward Madison.

5

Hector Montalvo 2019

6

Imanol Almaguer2020 to Current
Alfusainey Jatta2019

7

Oscar Romero 2019 to 2020

8

David Rodriguez 2019 to Current

9

Ricardo Pepi + 2019

Pepi started as a USL player and was signed as an MLS Homegrown during the season.

10

Arturo Rodriguez 2019 to Current
Arturo Rodriguez
USL-1 Final MVP Arturo Rodriguez poses with the MVP and Championship trophies following the USL League One Final won by North Texas SC, October 19, 2019.(@CMARCHO | Craig Marcho / 3rd Degree)

11

Ronaldo Damus 2019 to Current

12

Pedro Conceicao Alves2020 to Current
Cristian Colman +2019

Colman was one of the few MLS players who’s number was taken as he was a high salary player with a low MLS roster who came down on rehab assignment.

Oscar Romero (left) and Pedro Alves on the opening day of North Texas Soccer Club training 2020. (Courtesy North Texas SC)

14

Gibran Rayo2020 to Current
Richard Danso2019

15

Nickey Hernandez2020 to Current
Jacori Hayes +2019

16

Ricardo Pepi +2020 to Current

17

Juan Manuel Alvarez2020 to Current

18

Derek Waldeck2020 to Current
Brandon Servania +2019

19

Kevin Bonilla $2020 to Current

20

Grady Easton ^2020 to Current
Jimmy Maurer +2019

21

Colin Smith ^2020 to Current
Biccou Bissainthe2019

22

Lamar Batista2020
Beni Redriz ^2019

23

Thomas Roberts + 2019 to Current
Thomas Roberts
Thomas Roberts goes up for a header. (North Texas SC Communications)

24

Luis Zamudio 2020 to Current

25

Callum Montgomery + 2019

26

Eddie Munjoma +2020 to Current
Johnny Nelson +2019

27

Alisson2020 to Current

28

Alex Bruce2020 to Current
Michel Garbini Pereira 2019

Michel is a North Texas SC assistant coach who played as an emergency signing when both MLS and the Academy players were missing at the same time.

29

Nkosi Burgess +2020 to Current
Bryan Reynolds + 2019
Bryan Reynolds
Bryan Reynolds takes on Chattanooga Red Wolves SC. (North Texas SC Communications)

30

Kyle Zobeck + 2019

31

Dante Sealy + 2019
Dante Sealy
Dante Sealy. (North Texas SC Communications)

32

Antonio Juan Carrera ^2020

33

Edwin Cerrillo + 2019 to Current

34

Eduardo “Pollo” Cortes2019

35

Michael Collodi ^ 2019

36

Diego Hernandez ^2020 to Current
Imanol Almaguer2019
Imanol Almaguer looks to pass against Forward Madison in the North Texas SC playoff semifinal. (10-12-19) (@CMARCHO | Craig Marcho / 3rd Degree)

37

Beni Redzic ^2020 to Current
Kevin Bonilla ^2019

38

Julian Hinojosa ^ 2019

39

Gibran Rayo ^ 2019

40

Cesar Garcia ^ 2019

43

Jonathan Gomez ^2019

44

Eduardo Ruiz ^2020 to Current
Johan Gomez ^2019

45

Tanner Tessmann ^ 2019
Tanner Tessmann
Tanner Tessmann hits a long ball against Orlando City B. (Jack Wallace, North Texas SC)

46

Justin Che ^2020 to Current

50

Nico Carrera ^ 2019

51

Zach Schawl ^ 2019

53

Michael Sosa ^ 2019

54

Camilo Estrada ^ 2019

57

Cristian Escribano ^ 2019

60

Seth Wilson ^ 2019

62

Kevin Rosas ^ 2019

64

Jesus Sosa ^ 2019

65

Philip Akem ^2020 to Current

+ MLS Player
^ Academy Player
$ Amateur Contract – Non Academy Player