What Scouts Say:"Good role player with a good motor ... Right-footed and feet are pretty good ... They moved him around a lot (right back, target striker, central and wide midfielder) ... Has more quickness than speed, but not a great athlete ... Good at many things, but there's not one thing about his game that makes him stand out ... Has the abiilty to beat players 1-v-1, but doesn't do it consistently ... He's more of a possession guy, perhaps best used in a diamond midfield with more players around him ... Not an out-and-out winger ... Good enough player where he could develop into a role in the middle of the field."
College (UC Santa Barbara): Played in 19 matches and registered one goal for the Gauchos in 2012 ... Played in 23 games, starting 17 for the Gauchos in 2011, when he tallied four goals and two assists on the season ... Enjoyed limited playing time in his first two years at UCSB, mainly coming off the bench (three starts in 2009 and 2010 combined).
Club: Played for Santa Cruz County Breakers Academy for one season, Santa Cruz County Breakers for four seasons and Santa Cruz County Chivitas for seven years...
US National Team: One of 72 players invited to the Under-18 National Team Camp in December of 2008.
High School: Played midfield at Pajaro Valley High School...Was a four-year starter with the Grizzlies...Won consecutive Homestead Cup Championships with Pajaro Valley, earning all-tournament team honors as well as tournament MVP accolades in 2008-09...Helped lead his team to the Monterey Bay League Championship and the Central Coast Section Championship during the 2007-08 season...As a senior, he lead his team in scoring and was named First Team All-Monterey Bay League and league MVP.
Personal: Parents are Jorge Madueno and Febe Valenzuela ... Has an older brother, Jorge, and younger sister, Eliana ... Favorite team is FC Barcelona while Lionel Messi is his favorite athlete ... Names "Green Street Hooligans" as his favorite film and "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" as his favorite television show.