2011 Pro Soccer Combine – Men's Player Profile
Miguel Bonilla
Player Profile
Positions Played   Outside & Center Midfielder
Height   5' 11"
Weight   172 lbs.
Nationality/Passport   Colombia passport
Birthdate / Birthplace   October 19, 1987 / Colombia
School/Last Season of Eligibility   Loras College / 2010
PDL Team   Rochester Thunder, 2009 & 2010
Combine Coach   Bill Sedgewick, Rochester Rhinos

Scouting Report
Technical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)
Category Score Comments
Dribbling 3 Decent technical skill but struggled at times getting by players
Passing 3 Would have liked to see more pop and crispness
1st Touch 3 Had the time and good 1st touch
Crossing 3 Would like to have have seen more efficiency in putting in a purposeful ball
Finishing 2 Final 1/3 chances might have been a result of fitness
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Tactical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)
Category Score Comments
Decision Making 3 As a right mid, maybe executing better in knowing when to go 1v1 or pass and move off the ball
Communication 2 Too quiet
Executes Under Pressure 3 Generally, dealt well with competition level and ball distribution.  I think fitness becomes a factor.
Movement Off Ball 3 Stationary at times. Liked ball at his feet instead of playing one-two or running in behind. Altering his game to throw opposition off.
Small-Sided Game 3 Steady
Full-Field Game 3 Got forward well, but as fatigue set in, was more of a middle third player.

Physical Ability (1 - 5: 5=strongest)
Category Score Comments
Strength 3 Strong body type. Maybe a little more fight in tackles
Speed 3 Good in beginning with 1v1 on side, but faded.
Quickness 3 Enjoyed his ability to get by competition but needed more creativity
Endurance 3 Faded. Has to be fit for the next level.
Agility 3  

Combine Coach's Overall Comments
Stood out quickly but needs to add more dimensions to his game.  Must improve fitness. Would liked to have seen more combination play with control.  Clean up the final ball in the final third. Great and respectful gentleman and coachable.

Collegiate Soccer Career
Head Coach: Daniel Rothert
Career: The highest scoring Duhawk men's soccer player in program history capped his career with a second All-American nod in as many years in 2010. Miguel Bonilla is a two-time All-American this year, after posting 27-point senior season that included 12 goals and seven assists in 2010.
 

Bonilla leaves the program as the all-time leader in points (133-only Duhawk over the 100 point mark) and goals (55). He is also third on the assist list with 23. Loras participated in the NCAA Division III Championships Tournament in each of Bonilla's four seasons - including Final Four appearances in 2007 and 2008. Loras went 10-3-2 in the NCAA Tournament over the last four seasons. Bonilla was a four-time first team All-IIAC pick and the 2008 IIAC MVP. Loras was 16-7-1 in 2010. Bonilla is the third All-American in Loras' history. Santiago Mejia was a three-time selection (2007-09) in his career and Matt Brumfield (2007).

This season Bonilla is a third team All-American pick and first team all-North Region as well.


Professional / Semi-Pro / Club Soccer Career
PDL, Rochester Thunder (2009 and 2010). America de Cali 2003-07. Colon de Santa Fe (Argentina) Reserves 07

Injury and Medical Information
No injuries or medical conditions reported.

Contact Information
Email: soccer@infosportinc.com

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