Keep in mind I didn't see every game but I saw a lot. I'm also incredibly biased as almost everyone knows. A few criteria.... Playoffs matter, overall team strength matters, team tactics make a difference. Feel free to correct me on the spelling of names.
1. Jay Tomchuk, Ireland - Ireland was stacked, yes. But Jay was the instrument of their success in the midfield. Great scoring touch plus a nasty streak to go with it.
2. Yianni Harbis, France - The reason that France was so strong on defence and why they gave the ball away so infrequently. Always a physical presence.
3. Little guy from Saskatoon, Poland - Pretty much Poland's great shining hope to score every game. And he delivered as much as he could considering how much he got banged around.
4. Dave Brown, Ireland - Scored the goal-of-the-tournament against France in the semifinals and was a threat every time he touched the ball. Not much of a defender but that wasn't his role so it doesn't matter.
5. Scott Myrah, Laos - The sparkplug of the team. He was always able to give them a boost when it mattered and I would've picked him to score the winner in the final if he wouldn't have gotten hurt.
6. Tavis Workman, Canada - Sometimes doesn't show for big games, but this time he brought it night in and night out. A solid tourny the whole way through.
T-7. Evan Campbell, Laos and Jonah, Ireland - Both keepers had sensational final games and made the championship a great event. Equal because of those performances.
8. Josh Northey, Laos - Not the scoring machine many expected him to be, but still scored nice goals and caused plenty of problems for defenses that man-marked him all game.
9. Kajmir Bahia, France - Played solid in the midfield in every game. The catalyst for their attack and always in the right position when defending.
10. Benno Lufte, Ireland - Scared the crap out of strikers for the entire tournament and was his typical, mistake-free self on the counter-attack. Always a pillar of strength when things are going bad.