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Bryan Jackson
Height: 5-9.
Weight: 160.
Born: April 16, 1982.
Hometown: La Canada, CA.
School/Club: Claremont Stars.

National Team: Made his international debut with the U.S. Under-17 National team against Austria on April 10, 1998 ... U-17: Started every match at the '99 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament ... Scored winning goal against Jamaica on July 16, 1998 ... Played 17 games for the U-17s in '98 ... High School: 1999 Parade Magazine High School All-American selection ... Broke his hip freshman year at La Canada (calif.) High School, La Canada, and still selected all-league and offensive player of the year in 1996 ... 1998 NSCAA Youth All- American ... Personal: Dad, Robert, played Lacrosse at Cornell University winning two National Championships ... Best friends with Home Improvement TV star Zachary Ty Bryan ... Biology honors and student body representative at La Canada High School ... Full name is Bryan Joseph Jackson.

(1) Describe how it feels to play for your country? So good I can not describe it.
(2) What professional soccer player do you admire the most? Maradona.
(3) What do you know about the World Championship? Best teams in the world to determine the best.
(4) What has been the biggest sacrifice in your life? Moving away from home.
(5) Most memorable soccer moment? Scoring game-winning goal against Jamaica.
(6) Person you admire the most? The Pope.
(7) Aspirations in soccer? Play professional overseas play in World Cup 2006.
(8) Strongest trait? Being an individual.