2017 MLS SuperDraft

The 2017 MLS SuperDraft was the eighteenth SuperDraft conducted by Major League Soccer. The SuperDraft is held each year in conjunction with the annual National Soccer Coaches Association of America convention. The first two rounds of the 2017 SuperDraft were held in Los Angeles, California on January 13, 2017 as part of the NSCAA 2017 convention.[1] Rounds three and four were held via conference call on January 17, 2017.[2]

2017 MLS SuperDraft
2017 MLS SuperDraft logo.jpg
General information
SportSoccer
Date(s)January 13, 2017
Time3:00 p.m. ET
LocationLos Angeles, California
Network(s)MLSSoccer.com
Overview
81 total selections
First selectionAbu Danladi
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FormatEdit

The SuperDraft format has remained constant throughout its history and closely resembles that of the NFL Draft:

  1. Any expansion teams receive the first picks. MLS has announced that Atlanta United FC and Minnesota United FC will begin play in 2017. As determined by a "Priority Draft" conducted on October 16, 2016, Minnesota received the first overall selection and Atlanta picked second.[3]
  2. Non-playoff clubs received the next picks in reverse order of prior season finish.
  3. Teams that made the MLS Cup Playoffs were then ordered by which round of the playoffs they were eliminated.
  4. The winners of the MLS Cup were given the last selection, and the losers the penultimate selection.

Player selectionEdit

* Denotes player who has been selected for an MLS Best XI team

Round 1Edit

Any player marked with a * is part of the Generation Adidas program.

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
1 Minnesota United FC   Abu Danladi* Forward UCLA Ventura County Fusion   Minnesota United FC
2 Atlanta United FC   Miles Robinson* Defender Syracuse FC Boston   Atlanta United FC
3 New York City FC[R1 trade 1]   Jonathan Lewis* Forward Akron   New York City FC
4 Portland Timbers[R1 trade 2]   Jeremy Ebobisse* Forward Duke D.C. United U-23   Portland Timbers
5 Columbus Crew SC   Lalas Abubakar Defender Dayton Michigan Bucks   Columbus Crew SC
6 San Jose Earthquakes   Jackson Yueill* Midfielder UCLA   San Jose Earthquakes
7 Vancouver Whitecaps FC   Jake Nerwinski Defender Connecticut   Vancouver Whitecaps FC
8 Atlanta United FC[R1 trade 3]   Julian Gressel Midfielder Providence   Atlanta United FC
9 Columbus Crew SC[R1 trade 4]   Niko Hansen Forward New Mexico Seattle Sounders U-23   Columbus Crew SC
10 Houston Dynamo[R1 trade 5]   Joe Holland Midfielder Hofstra Ventura County Fusion   Houston Dynamo
11 Chicago Fire[R1 trade 6]   Daniel Johnson Midfielder Louisville Portland Timbers U23s   Chicago Fire
12 D.C. United   Chris Odoi-Atsem Defender Maryland   D.C. United
13 Real Salt Lake   Reagan Dunk Defender Denver   Real Salt Lake
14 Sporting Kansas City   Colton Storm Defender North Carolina Portland Timbers U23s   Sporting Kansas City
15 Colorado Rapids[R1 trade 7]   Sam Hamilton Midfielder Denver   Colorado Rapids
16 New York City FC[R1 trade 8]   Kwame Awuah Midfielder Connecticut Sigma FC   New York City FC
17 New York Red Bulls   Zeiko Lewis Midfielder Boston College Real Boston Rams   New York Red Bulls
18 FC Dallas   Jacori Hayes Midfielder Wake Forest Portland Timbers U23s   FC Dallas
19 Montreal Impact   Nick DePuy Forward UC Santa Barbara Ventura County Fusion   Montreal Impact
20 New England Revolution[R1 trade 9]   Brian Wright Forward Vermont Burlingame Dragons   New England Revolution
21 Toronto FC   Brandon Aubrey Defender Notre Dame   Toronto FC
22 Seattle Sounders FC   Brian Nana-Sinkam Defender Stanford Burlingame Dragons   Seattle Sounders FC 2

Round 1 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #3: Chicago Fire → New York City FC. January 13, 2017: New York City FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for $250,000 of general allocation money.[ref 1]
  2. ^ #4: Houston Dynamo → Portland Timbers. January 13, 2017: Portland Timbers acquired the #4 selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Houston Dynamo in exchange for the #10 selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, an international roster slot for the 2017 season, and $100,000 in general allocation money.[ref 2]
  3. ^ #8: Orlando City → Atlanta United. December 13, 2016: Atlanta United FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Orlando City SC in exchange for defender Donny Toia.[ref 3]
  4. ^ #9: New England Revolution → Columbus Crew. May 12, 2016: Columbus Crew SC acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, a second-round selection in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft, an international roster slot for the 2016 season, general allocation money, and targeted allocation money from New England Revolution in exchange for forward Kei Kamara. The traded draft picks are to be New England's highest selections in those respective rounds. Additionally, Columbus will receive a percentage of any fee received should New England transfer Kamara to a club outside of MLS.[ref 4]
  5. ^ #10: Portland Timbers → Houston Dynamo. January 13, 2017: Houston Dynamo acquired the #10 selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, an international roster slot for the 2017 season, and $100,000 in general allocation money from Portland Timbers in exchange for the #4 selection in the 2017 SuperDraft.[ref 2]
  6. ^ #11: Philadelphia Union → Chicago Fire. August 3, 2016: Chicago Fire acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, general allocation money, targeted allocation money, discovery rights to an unnamed player, and the #2 ranking in the MLS Allocation Order from Philadelphia Union in exchange for the #1 ranking in the MLS Allocation Order. Philadelphia used the #1 allocation ranking to acquire midfielder Alejandro Bedoya.[ref 5]
  7. ^ #15: LA Galaxy → Colorado Rapids. December 13, 2016: Colorado Rapids acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft and a conditional second-round selection in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft from LA Galaxy in exchange for midfielder Jermaine Jones.[ref 6]
  8. ^ #16: New York City → Seattle Sounders → New York City. January 13, 2017: New York City FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Seattle Sounders FC in exchange for $75,000 in general allocation money.[ref 7] On January 23, 2015, Seattle had acquired this pick, originally a conditional selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, from New York City in exchange for the MLS rights to midfielder Kwadwo Poku.[ref 8]
  9. ^ #20: Colorado Rapids → New England Revolution. March 4, 2016: New England Revolution acquired a first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft and general allocation money from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielder Jermaine Jones.[ref 9]

Round 2Edit

Any player marked with a * is part of the Generation Adidas program.

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
23 Minnesota United FC   Alec Ferrell Goalkeeper Wake Forest Carolina Dynamo Unsigned
24 Colorado Rapids[R2 trade 1]   Liam Callahan Defender Syracuse K-W United   New York Cosmos B
25 Philadelphia Union[R2 trade 2]   Marcus Epps Midfielder South Florida Chicago Fire U-23   Philadelphia Union
26 Chicago Fire[R2 trade 3]   Stefan Cleveland Goalkeeper Louisville Dayton Dutch Lions   Chicago Fire
27 Chicago Fire[R2 trade 4]   Guillermo Delgado Forward Delaware Seattle Sounders U-23   RGVFC Toros
28 San Jose Earthquakes   Lindo Mfeka Midfielder South Florida Reading United   San Jose Earthquakes
29 Vancouver Whitecaps FC   Francis de Vries Defender Saint Francis (PA) Michigan Bucks   Whitecaps FC 2
30 Houston Dynamo[R2 trade 5]   Jake McGuire Goalkeeper Tulsa Portland Timbers U23s   Philadelphia Union
31 New England Revolution   Napo Matsoso Midfielder Kentucky Derby City Rovers   Mississippi Brilla
32 Portland Timbers   Michael Amick Defender UCLA FC Golden State Force   Portland Timbers 2
33 Philadelphia Union   Aaron Jones Defender Clemson Carolina Dynamo   Philadelphia Union
34 D.C. United   Eric Klenofsky Goalkeeper Monmouth New York Red Bulls U-23   D.C. United
35 Real Salt Lake   Justin Schmidt Defender Washington Washington Crossfire   Real Salt Lake
36 Houston Dynamo[R2 trade 6]   Danilo Radjen Defender Akron West Virginia Chaos   New York Cosmos B
37 FC Dallas[R2 trade 7]   Walker Hume Defender North Carolina Portland Timbers U23s   FC Dallas
38 New York City FC   Jalen Brown Forward Xavier Des Moines Menace   Rochester Rhinos
39 New York Red Bulls   Ethan Kutler Forward Colgate Michigan Bucks   New York Red Bulls II
40 FC Dallas   Adonijah Reid* Forward ANB Futbol   FC Dallas
41 Montreal Impact   Shamit Shome* Midfielder FC Edmonton   Montreal Impact
42 Minnesota United FC[R2 trade 8]   Thomas de Villardi Defender Delaware New York Red Bulls U-23   Minnesota United FC
43 D.C. United[R2 trade 9]   Jo Vetle Rimstad Defender Radford   Gran IL
44 Seattle Sounders FC   Dominic Oduro Defender FC Nordsjælland   FC Golden State Force

Round 2 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #24: Atlanta United → Colorado Rapids. December 11, 2016: Colorado Rapids acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft in exchange for an international roster slot to be used in the 2017 and 2018 seasons.[ref 10]
  2. ^ #25: Chicago Fire → Minnesota United → Philadelphia Union . January 13, 2017: Philadelphia Union acquired a second-round selection (#25) in the 2017 SuperDraft from Minnesota United FC in exchange for a second-round selection (#42) in the 2017 SuperDraft and $50,000 in 2018 general allocation money.[ref 11] On December 23, 2016, Minnesota had acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, the #3 ranking in the MLS Allocation Order, and general allocation money from Chicago Fire in exchange for the #2 ranking in the MLS Allocation Order. Chicago used its allocation ranking to acquire midfielder Juninho.[ref 12]
  3. ^ #26: Houston Dynamo → Toronto FC → Chicago Fire. January 13, 2017: Chicago Fire acquired the #26 and #27 selections in the 2017 SuperDraft from Toronto FC in exchange for $75,000 in targeted allocation money.[ref 13] On March 2, 2016, Toronto had acquired a conditional second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Houston Dynamo in exchange for midfielder Collen Warner.[ref 14]
  4. ^ #27: Columbus Crew → Montreal Impact → Toronto FC → Chicago Fire. January 13, 2017: Chicago Fire acquired the #27 and #26 selections in the 2017 SuperDraft from Toronto FC in exchange for $75,000 in targeted allocation money.[ref 13] On July 20, 2016, Toronto had acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Montreal Impact in exchange for an international roster slot through the end of the 2016 season. The traded draft pick is to be Montreal's highest second-round selection.[ref 15] On June 20, 2016, Montreal had acquired this second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, general allocation money, and targeted allocation money from Columbus Crew SC in exchange for midfielder Dilly Duka.[ref 16]
  5. ^ #30: Orlando City → Houston Dynamo. July 14, 2015: Houston Dynamo acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft and allocation money from Orlando City in exchange for defender Corey Ashe.[ref 17]
  6. ^ #36: Sporting Kansas City → Houston Dynamo. January 7, 2016: Houston Dynamo acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, a third-round selection in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft, and future considerations from Sporting Kansas City in exchange for midfielder Brad Davis.[ref 18]
  7. ^ #37: LA Galaxy → FC Dallas. December 15, 2015: FC Dallas acquired second-round and third-round selections in the 2017 SuperDraft from LA Galaxy in exchange for goalkeeper Dan Kennedy.[ref 19]
  8. ^ #42: Colorado Rapids → Philadelphia Union → Minnesota United. January 13, 2017: Minnesota United FC acquired a second-round selection (#42) in the 2017 SuperDraft and $50,000 in 2018 general allocation money from Philadelphia Union in exchange for a second-round selection (#25) in the 2017 SuperDraft.[ref 11] On December 11, 2015, Philadelphia had acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Colorado Rapids in exchange for goalkeeper Zac MacMath.[ref 20]
  9. ^ #43: Toronto FC → Portland Timbers → D.C. United. December 12, 2016: D.C. United acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Portland Timbers in exchange for the rights to Kennedy Igboananike and an international roster slot.[ref 21] On December 18, 2015, Portland had acquired this pick, originally a conditional second-round selection, and targeted allocation money from Toronto FC in exchange for midfielder Will Johnson.[ref 22]

Round 3Edit

Any player marked with a * is part of the Generation Adidas program.

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
45 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 1]   Jaime Siaj Forward Pfeiffer Charlotte Eagles   Charlotte Independence
46 Atlanta United FC   Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu Midfielder Harvard Seattle Sounders FC U-23   Atlanta United FC
47 Chicago Fire   Brandt Bronico Midfielder Charlotte Carolina Dynamo   Chicago Fire
48 Real Salt Lake[R3 trade 2]   Andrew Putna Goalkeeper UIC Chicago Fire U-23   Real Monarchs
49 Columbus Crew SC   Connor Maloney Defender Penn State Reading United   Columbus Crew SC
50 San Jose Earthquakes   Christian Thierjung Forward California Burlingame Dragons   New York Cosmos B
51 Vancouver Whitecaps FC   Jorge Gómez Midfielder Temple   Puerta Bonita
52 Toronto FC[R3 trade 3]   Robert Moewes Goalkeeper Duke IMG Academy Bradenton   SC Westfalia Herne
53 FC Dallas[R3 trade 4]   Austin Ledbetter Defender SIU Edwardsville Des Moines Menace   Saint Louis FC
54 New York City FC[R3 trade 5]   Chris Wingate Midfielder New Hampshire Seattle Sounders U-23   Bethlehem Steel
55 Philadelphia Union   Chris Nanco Forward Syracuse Sigma FC   Bethlehem Steel
56 Seattle Sounders FC[R3 trade 6]   Bakie Goodman Midfielder Georgetown IMG Academy Bradenton   Detroit City FC
57 Real Salt Lake PASS
58 Sporting Kansas City   David Greczek Goalkeeper Rutgers Jersey Express   Swope Park Rangers
59 FC Dallas[R3 trade 7]   Dakota Barnathan Midfielder VCU Portland Timbers U23s   Swope Park Rangers
60 New York City FC   Michael DeGraffenriedt Defender Louisville Baltimore Bohemians   Nashville SC
61 New York Red Bulls   Jordan Scarlett Defender Iona Lehigh Valley United   New York Red Bulls II
62 FC Dallas   Wuilito Fernandes Forward UMass Lowell   Orange County SC
63 Montreal Impact PASS
64 Orlando City SC[R3 trade 8]   Danny Deakin Midfielder South Carolina Detroit City FC   Orlando City
65 Toronto FC   Øyvind Alseth Midfielder Syracuse K-W United   Toronto FC
66 Seattle Sounders FC   Jake Stovall Defender Wright State Cincinnati Dutch Lions   Puerto Rico FC

Round 3 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #45: Minnesota United → Colorado Rapids. December 11, 2016: Colorado Rapids acquired a third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Minnesota United FC in exchange for defender Joseph Greenspan.[ref 23]
  2. ^ #48: Houston Dynamo → Real Salt Lake. February 18, 2016: Real Salt Lake acquired a conditional third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Houston Dynamo in exchange for defender Abdoulie Mansally.[ref 24]
  3. ^ #52: Orlando City → Toronto FC. December 21, 2015: Toronto FC acquired this pick, originally a conditional fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, from Orlando City in exchange for goalkeeper Joe Bendik. This became a third-round selection when Bendik started 75% of Orlando's games in the 2016 MLS season.[ref 25]
  4. ^ #53: New England Revolution → FC Dallas. March 4, 2016: FC Dallas acquired a third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from New England Revolution in exchange for defender Je-Vaughn Watson.[ref 26]
  5. ^ #54: Portland Timbers → New York City. August 2, 2016: New York City FC acquired a conditional third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft and targeted allocation money from Portland Timbers in exchange for the MLS rights to defender Gbenga Arokoyo.[ref 27]
  6. ^ #56: D.C. United → Seattle Sounders. August 7, 2014: Seattle Sounders FC acquired a third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from D.C. United in exchange for midfielder David Estrada.[ref 28]
  7. ^ #59: LA Galaxy → FC Dallas. December 15, 2015: FC Dallas acquired third-round and second-round selections in the 2017 SuperDraft from LA Galaxy in exchange for goalkeeper Dan Kennedy.[ref 19]
  8. ^ #64: Colorado Rapids → D.C. United → New York Red Bulls → Orlando City. April 29, 2016: Orlando City acquired this pick, originally a conditional fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, from New York Red Bulls in exchange for defender Aurélien Collin.[ref 29] On February 15, 2016, New York had acquired this pick, originally a conditional selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, from D.C. United in exchange for the MLS rights to midfielder Luciano Acosta.[ref 30] On February 9, 2016, D.C. United had acquired a third-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Colorado Rapids in exchange for forward Conor Doyle.[ref 31]

Round 4Edit

Any player marked with a * is part of the Generation Adidas program.

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
67 Minnesota United FC   Tanner Thompson Midfielder Indiana   Indy Eleven
68 Atlanta United FC   Alex Kapp Goalkeeper Creighton   Minnesota United FC
69 Chicago Fire   Matej Dekovic Defender Charlotte   Chicago Fire
70 Houston Dynamo   Robby Sagel Defender Penn State Reading United   RGVFC Toros
71 Columbus Crew SC   Logan Ketterer Goalkeeper Bradley Ocean City Nor'easters   Columbus Crew SC
72 San Jose Earthquakes   Auden Schilder Goalkeeper Washington Washington Crossfire Unsigned
73 Vancouver Whitecaps FC   Nazeem Bartman Forward South Florida Michigan Bucks   Whitecaps FC 2
74 Real Salt Lake[R4 trade 1] PASS
75 New England Revolution   Joshua Smith Defender San Francisco Burlingame Dragons   New England Revolution
76 Portland Timbers   Russell Cicerone Midfielder Buffalo Michigan Bucks   Portland Timbers 2
77 Philadelphia Union   Jack Elliott Defender West Virginia South Florida Surf   Philadelphia Union
78 D.C. United PASS
79 Real Salt Lake PASS
80 Portland Timbers[R4 trade 2]   Romilio Hernandez Midfielder Louisville Portland Timbers U23s   Phoenix Rising
81 LA Galaxy PASS
82 Philadelphia Union[R4 trade 3]   Santi Moar Forward Pfeiffer Charlotte Eagles   Bethlehem Steel
83 Toronto FC[R4 trade 4]   Lars Eckenrode Defender Michigan D.C. United U-23   Toronto FC II
84 FC Dallas   Marco Carrizales Midfielder Furman Unsigned
85 Montreal Impact PASS
86 Colorado Rapids   Peguy Ngatcha Forward Wright State   Cincinnati Dutch Lions
87 Toronto FC   Juan Pablo Saavedra Defender Virginia Tech Unsigned
88 Seattle Sounders FC   Kyle Bjornethun Defender Seattle Seattle Sounders FC U-23   Portland Timbers 2

Round 4 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #74: Orlando City → Real Salt Lake. January 22, 2014, Real Salt Lake acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Orlando City in exchange for midfielder Yordany Álvarez.[ref 32]
  2. ^ #80: Sporting Kansas City → Portland Timbers. January 9, 2017: Portland Timbers acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Sporting Kansas City in exchange for forward Christian Volesky.[ref 33]
  3. ^ #82: New York City → Philadelphia Union. December 10, 2015: Philadelphia Union acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from New York City FC in exchange for defender Ethan White.[ref 34]
  4. ^ #83: New York Red Bulls → Toronto FC. January 27, 2014: Toronto FC acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from New York Red Bulls in exchange for defender Richard Eckersley.[ref 35]

Other 2017 SuperDraft Trade NotesEdit

  • On January 18, 2016, Colorado Rapids acquired a conditional first-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft, a third-round selection in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft, and targeted allocation money from Toronto FC in exchange for goalkeeper Clint Irwin. Through January 5, 2017, the MLSSoccer.com 2017 SuperDraft page stated that Colorado had acquired the first-round pick from Toronto. Effective January 6, 2017, the MLSSoccer.com website stated that Toronto maintained this pick. No explanation was provided for the change.[ref 36]
  • On May 4, 2016, Columbus Crew SC acquired a second-round selection in the 2017 SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for the MLS rights to midfielder Khaly Thiam. However, trade terms stated that should Thiam start 12 or more MLS regular-season games in 2016 the SuperDraft pick would be converted to General Allocation Money. Thiam met this threshold and Columbus received General Allocation Money.[ref 37]

Notable undrafted playersEdit

Homegrown playersEdit

Original MLS team Player Position College Conference Notes
Colorado Rapids Kortne Ford Defender Denver Summit
Colorado Rapids Ricardo Perez Midfielder Creighton Big East
Columbus Crew Alex Crognale Defender Maryland Big Ten
D.C. United Ian Harkes Midfielder Wake Forest ACC 2016 Hermann Trophy winner
FC Dallas Reggie Cannon Defender UCLA Pac-12
New York Red Bulls Arun Basuljevic Midfielder Georgetown Big East
New York Red Bulls Evan Louro Goalkeeper Michigan Big Ten
Real Salt Lake José Hernández Midfielder UCLA Pac-12 2016 Pac-12 Player of the Year
San Jose Earthquakes Nick Lima Defender California Pac-12
Seattle Sounders FC Seyi Adekoya Forward UCLA Pac-12
Seattle Sounders FC Henry Wingo Midfielder Washington Pac-12
Toronto FC Sergio Camargo Midfielder Syracuse ACC

Players who signed outside of MLSEdit

Player Position College Conference Team League Notes
Sam Brotherton Defender Wisconsin Big Ten Sunderland Premier League

SummaryEdit

Selections by college athletic conferenceEdit

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
NCAA Division I conferences
America East 1 0 2 0 3
The American 2 3 1 1 7
ACC 7 5 4 2 18
Atlantic 10 1 0 1 0 2
Big East 3 1 1 1 6
Big South 0 1 0 0 1
Big Ten 1 0 2 3 6
West Coast 1 0 0 0 1
CAA 1 2 0 0 3
Conference USA 1 1 2 1 5
Horizon 0 0 2 1 3
Ivy 0 0 1 0 1
Mid-American 1 1 0 2 4
MAAC 0 1 1 0 2
MVC 0 0 1 1 2
Northeast 0 1 0 0 1
Pac-12 3 2 1 1 7
Patriot 0 1 0 0 1
SoCon 0 0 0 1 1
Summit 2 0 0 0 2
WAC 0 0 0 1 1
West Coast 0 0 0 1 1
Non-Division I conferences
Conference Carolinas 0 0 1 1 2
Non-NCAA
Non-College Selections
Danish Superliga 0 1 0 0 1
L10 0 1 0 0 1
NASL 0 1 0 0 1
Pass 0 0 2 4 6

Schools with multiple draft selectionsEdit

Selections Schools
4 Louisville, Syracuse
3 UCLA, South Florida
2 Akron, Connecticut, Delaware, Denver, Duke, Penn State, Pfeiffer, Wake Forest, Washington, Wright State

ReferencesEdit

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