No. 1 Jon Kempin, Goalkeeper
The 21-year-old out of Leawood, Kan., is on loan from Sporting Kansas City. Kempin has one shutout this season, a 4-0 win over Arizona. Recently participated in the Under-21 U.S. Men’s National Team training camp.
No. 2 Kyle Miller, Midfiedler
Miller is from Overland Park, Kan. Spent time with Sporting Kansas City’s reserve team in 2013. He scored his first goal of the season on April 12 against Arizona. He was on the USL Pro Team of the Week.
No. 3 Peabo Doue, Midfielder
A Takoma Park, Md. native, Doue scored his first goal in a 4-2 loss to Los Angeles Galaxy II on April 7. Doue played 16 games in USL Pro for the Phoenix Wolves in 2013. A four-year starter at West Virginia.
No. 4 Cyprian Hedrick, Defender
Former second-round MLS SuperDraft pick by Sporting Kansas City. Hedrick also played for Phoenix in 2013. Starred collegiately at Coastal Carolina.
No. 5 Gareth Evans, Defender, Vice Captain
“Gaz” played for Wilmington in USL Pro the last three seasons. The Wrexham, Wales, native played in the Welsh Premier League in 2006. Evans has played the full 90 minutes in each of Energy FC’s first four matches.
No. 6 Tarek Morad, Defender
Morad is from Chino Hills, Calif. and a graduate of UC-Irvine. He was named to the USL Pro Team of the Week for Week 3. While in California, Morad played with the MLS’ Chivas USA’s Under-23 team.
No. 7 David Leichty, Midfielder
Leichty is straight out of high school in Overland Park, Kan. He comes from Sporting Kansas City’s Academy program and was the 2013 winner of the Bob Gansler Award, given annually to the academy’s Most Outstanding Player. Leichty was also named to TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Top 100 list in 2013.
No. 8 Michael Thomas, Forward, Captain
First player signed in franchise history. A product of Olathe, Kan., Thomas was picked 19th overall in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by the San Jose Earthquakes. Appeared in MLS playoffs with Sporting Kansas City in 2012. Thomas has two assists this season, both in the win over Arizona.
No. 9 Christian Duke, Midfielder
Duke is on loan from Sporting Kansas City. He has one assist in three games played this spring. The Overland Park, Kan., native earned top rookie with Orlando City in 2013 while helping the team to the USL Pro Championship. Duke is a product of the Sporting Kansas City Academy.
No. 10 Philip Lund, Midfielder
Lund has yet to appear in a game this season due to injury. The Vejle, Denmark, native played for the Seattle Sounders last season.
No. 11 Adda Djeziri, Forward
Djeziri hails from Copenhagen, Denmark. The 25-year old has played in three games this season and has one goal and one assist.
No. 12 Max Gunderson, Defender
Gunderson played for Austin of the Premier Development League last season helping the Aztex to the PDL Championship. The Henderson, Nev., native has two appearances this year for OKC.
No. 14 Pete Caringi III, Forward
Caringi has appeared in all four matches for Energy FC this season, scoring one goal. The Perry Hall, Md., native scored 37 goals in four season at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County.
No. 15 Kevin Ellis, Defender
Ellis was loaned by Sporting Kansas City last week. He scored the game-winning goal for Sporting KC against Cruz Azul in a CONCACAF Champions League match in March. Ellis had three starts and six appearances this season in Kansas City.
No. 16 Samir Badr, Goalkeeper
Badr logged the most minutes in goal during the preseason but a snag in transfer paperwork forced him to miss the start to this season. He is now available to play.
No. 17 Paul Wyatt, Forward
Wyatt scored the lone goal in Energy FC’s preseason win over Nebraska-Omaha. The Modbury, England, native has played in three games this season but is out with an injury for Saturday's match.
No. 18 Nate Shiffman, Midfielder
Shiffman, 22, scored his first professional goal in his first pro game this season at Orange County. The Richmond, Va., native started for Virginia Commonwealth for four years. Shiffman also has one assist in four games this season.
No. 20 Abraham Villon, Midfielder
Villon was a late addition to the team, signing while Energy FC was on its season opening road trip in California. He played sparingly in a loss to L.A. Galaxy II and has played in three games total this season. Villon played at San Diego State.
No. 21 Steven Perry, Forward
Bishop McGuinness alum has one goal, scored in the win over Arizona. Perry has played in all four games for Energy FC this season, starting in the last two. He was The Oklahoman’s Big-All City Player of the Year in 2007.
No. 22 Kyle Greig, Forward
Greig is OKC’s leading goal scorer with two. The Olathe, Kan., native scored the first goal in team history against Orange County on April 5 and was named USL Pro Player of the Week following that match. Greig earned top rookie for Wilmington in 2013 after scoring six goals.
No. 23 Mark Howard, Defender
Howard has two appearances in four games this season. The Salford, England, native missed two matches due to an injury. He played for Manchester United's junior and reserve teams before playing for AGF Danish Superliga.
No. 24 Ray Clark, Goalkeeper
The Norman High graduate earned a clean sheet in Energy FC's first win in franchise history. He made five saves in a 2-0 shutout of Orange County on April 5.
BY CHRIS BRANNICK