Marvell Wynne II
Marvell Wynne II (class of 2004), decided to pursue an athletic career at age six, choosing soccer over his father's sport, baseball. After a stellar soccer career at PHS, Wynne was a first team All-American at UCLA and the first player chosen in the Major League Soccer (MLS) SuperDraft in 2006. A defender known for his prolific speed, Wynne has played in the MLS for eleven years with the New York Red Bulls, Toronto FC (where he won a Canadian Championship in 2009), and Colorado Rapids, where he helped the team win the MLS Cup 2010. He currently is a starting defender for the San Jose Earthquakes.