UCF men's soccer senior forward Hadji Barry is geared up to attend the 2016 Adidas MLS Player Combine on Thursday in Fort Lauderdale at Central Broward Regional Park.

The event is six days long and includes three matches which will wrap up on Jan. 12.

Barry has been placed on team Control, which is slated to play on Friday at 3:45 p.m., Sunday at noon and Tuesday at 10 a.m.

The players will report on Thursday and complete several tests, such as vertical jump, a 30-minute speed test and 5-10-5 agility test.

This will be players' last chance to influence and impress Major League Soccer coaches before the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 14 in Baltimore, Md.

Barry registered 11 goals as a senior and finished third in the American Conference with 25 points. He was recognized as an All-Conference First Team selection following the 2015 campaign and the NSCAA All-East Region team.

UCF alumni, Romario Williams, a Generation Adidas signee, scored a goal and added an assist in three games at last year's MLS Player Combine and increased his draft stock.  Williams was chosen No.3 overall by the Montreal Impact in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft.


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