Goalkeepers: Josh Ford, Michael Gspurning, Bryan Meredith, Andrew Weber.
Defenders: Ever Alvarado, Marc Burch, Andrew Duran, Wes Feighner, Leo Gonzalez, Harlinton Gutierres, Jhon Kennedy Hurtado, Patrick Ianni, Adam Johansson, Jeff Parke, Tim Pontius, *Michael Tetteh, Zach Scott.
Midfielders: Osvaldo Alonso, Jason Banton, Servando Carrasco, Alex Caskey, David Estrada, Brad Evans, Alvaro Fernandez, Roger Levesque, Lamar Neagle, Mauro Rosales, Andy Rose, Amadou Sanyang, Michael Seamon, Christian Sivebaek, Andrew Vanzie, Steve Zakuani.
Forwards: Cordell Cato, Mike Fucito, Fredy Montero, Sammy Ochoa, Babayele Sodade, *O'Brian White.
*Stayed in Seattle for rehab
This reflects the arrival of Adam Johansson from the Sweden national team, and supplemental pick Wes Feighner and roster newcomers Ever Alvarado, Harlinton Gutierres and Andrew Vanzie.
However, news also is in the absent players who were among the first camp cuts over the weekend: Abdul Aman, supplemental draft pick from UW; Darwin Jones, the academy grad who won the training sprint for the title of "fastest Sounder," goalkeeper Tyrel Lacey, midfielder Jonathan Prieto, and a Korean trialist named Park who was never included on the camp roster.
Here's what the club announced about the newcomers (and one missing veteran):
A newcomer, a draft pick and a pair of Hondurans join Sounders FC training camp this week. Most anticipated is the arrival of Swedish right back Adam Johansson. Johansson spent the first several weeks of January training with the Swedish National Team, making two appearances in international friendlies. Draft pick Wes Feighner, 21, has also joined the team in Arizona. Feighner, a defender from Cal Poly, was selected by Seattle with their final pick (72nd overall) in the 2012 Supplemental Draft.
The scouting process is never complete for Sounders FC coaches as they continue to bring in trialists and training camp invitees. The most recent targets are Honduran defenders Ever Alvarado and Harlinton Gutierres who will fly into the Arizona on Tuesday night and begin training with the team on Wednesday.
Aside from the additions, two players, Michael Tetteh (hamstring) and O'Brian White (blood clot), stayed behind in Seattle to continue rehab. Forward Sammy Ochoa also stayed behind with his wife who is expected to give birth to their second child soon.