Landon Donovan was a near-unanimous choice to U.S. Soccer's all-time First XI, chosen by a panel of former players, administrators and journalists.
Donovan, the national team's all-time leader in goals and assists, was named on 52 of the 57 ballots. He was paired at midfield on the all-star team with Clint Dempsey, the only other current national team player chosen.
Former Galaxy standout Cobi Jones, the national team's all-time leader in appearances, finished sixth in the balloting at midfield.
Longtime national team captain Carlos Bocanegra of Chivas USA was one of four defenders chosen, alongside two-time World Cup veteran Steve Cherundolo. Former UCLA keeper Brad Friedel, a three-time World Cup player, was selected over Kasey Keller and Tim Howard in goal.
The two forwards were Brian McBride and Eric Wynalda, both of whom are now teamed as studio commentators for Fox television.