Jamaica's Jorginho James gets MLS Combine nod

ST. JOHN'S, Antigua (December 29, 2015) – Twenty-one-year-old Jorginho James, a Jamaican footballer who plays for Harbour View FC and the Jamaica National Football Team as a midfielder, is the lone standout from the first two legs of the MLS Sponsored Caribbean Football  Union Combine.

James has been selected to attend the MLS Combine in South Florida from January 8-13, 2016.
   

He participated in the St. Kitts leg from December 13-16 alongside compatriots and other players from Anguilla; Antigua and Barbuda; BVI; St. Kitts; and USVI.
   

"We at the CFU would like to offer congratulations to Jorginho and wish him the best as he advances to the Stateside Combine.

I saw him at the St. Kitts Combine and he displayed the talent, tendencies and work ethics a cut above the rest, and I know I join with all of the CFU in sending him positive vibes," CFU General Secretary Neil Cochrane said.

The third and final leg of the Combine will be held in Martinique from January 1-4, featuring players from the host country, Barbados; Bermuda; Dominica; French Guiana; Grenada; Guadeloupe; St. Maarten; St. Martin; St Vincent; and St. Lucia.
Curacao hosted Aruba; Bonaire; Dominican Republic; and Guyana for the December 17-20 second leg.