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By ESPN Staff

Johnson, Stewart to play for Jamaica against U.S.

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Forward Ryan Johnson, Real Salt Lake's second pick in Major League Soccer's January draft, was selected Wednesday for Jamaica's roster for next week's exhibition game against the United States. Johnson is one of two players on the 18-man roster who could debut for the national at the April 11 game in Cary, N.C. The other is defender Demar Stewart, who plays for Jamaica champion Portmore United. The roster includes four England-based players: goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts (Bradford City), midfielder Jamal Campbell-Ryce (Rotherham), and defenders Damion Stewart (Bradford City) and Claude Davis (Preston North End). Jamaica, which has never beaten the United States in 16 matches, plays World Cup-bound England on June 3 in Manchester. The roster: Goalkeepers: Donovan Ricketts (Bradford City, England), Shawn Sawyers (Portmore United) Defenders: Claude Davis (Preston North End, England), Omar Daley (Portmore United), Garfield Reid (Waterhouse), Damion Stewart (Bradford City, England), Demar Stewart (Portmore United), Oneil Thompson (Boys Town) Midfielders: Jamal Campbell-Ryce (Rotherham, England), Fabian Dawkins (Harbour View), Jermaine Hue (Kansas City, MLS), Jason Morrison (Portmore United) Forwards: Ryan Johnson (Salt Lake, MLS), Teofore Bennett (Village United), Newton Sterling (Village United), Khari Stephenson (GAIS, Sweden), Jermaine Johnson (Tivoli)