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Johnny Torres

Johnny Torres is a Colombian-American soccer midfielder. Torres has played in Major League Soccer, Major Indoor Soccer League and the USL-1. He has also earned caps with the U.S. Futsal team.

Torres was born in Medellin, Colombia, where his father and several uncles played semi-professional soccer. In 1981, when Torres was five years old, his family moved to Houston, Texas where Torres played for the local club team Houston Texans. In 1986, his family decided to return to Colombia, but Torres' youth soccer coach, Carlos Clarke, a native of Chile, offered to adopt Torres. His family agreed, and Torres was adopted by the Clarkes who lived in Dickinson, Texas. Torres would play soccer at Dickinson High School where he was a three time USA Today High School soccer All American.

In 1996, during his time at Creighton, Torres became a U.S. citizen.

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