2018 MLS SuperDraft

The 2018 MLS SuperDraft was the nineteenth SuperDraft conducted by Major League Soccer. As customary, the SuperDraft was held in conjunction with the annual United Soccer Coaches convention. The 2018 UCS was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between January 17–21, 2018.[1] Rounds one and two of the SuperDraft were held on January 19, 2018. Rounds three and four of the 2018 SuperDraft were held via conference call on January 21, 2018.[2]

2018 MLS SuperDraft
2018 MLS SuperDraft logo.jpg
General information
SportSoccer
Date(s)January 19, 2018
Time11:00 a.m. ET
LocationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Network(s)MLSSoccer.com
Overview
81 total selections
First selectionJoão Moutinho
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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. Los Angeles FC will enter the league as an expansion team in 2018.
  2. Non-playoff clubs receive the next picks in reverse order of prior season finish.
  3. Teams that made the MLS Cup Playoffs are then ordered by which round of the playoffs they are eliminated.
  4. The winners of the MLS Cup are given the last selection, and the losers the penultimate selection.

Player selectionEdit

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 Los Angeles FC   João Moutinho* Defender Akron   Los Angeles FC
2 LA Galaxy   Tomas Hilliard-Arce Defender Stanford Burlingame Dragons FC   LA Galaxy
3 Los Angeles FC[R1 trade 1]   Tristan Blackmon Defender Pacific Burlingame Dragons FC   Los Angeles FC
4 FC Dallas [R1 trade 2]   Francis Atuahene* Forward Michigan Michigan Bucks   FC Dallas
5 Chicago Fire [R1 trade 3]   Jon Bakero Forward Wake Forest Carolina Dynamo   Chicago Fire
6 Orlando City SC   Chris Mueller Forward Wisconsin Chicago FC United   Orlando City
7 Minnesota United FC [R1 trade 4]   Mason Toye* Forward Indiana   Minnesota United
8 New England Revolution [R1 trade 5]   Brandon Bye Defender Western Michigan Minneapolis City SC   New England Revolution
9 New England Revolution   Mark Segbers Forward Wisconsin Chicago FC United   New England Revolution
10 Chicago Fire [R1 trade 6]   Mo Adams* Midfielder Syracuse Reading United AC   Chicago Fire
11 FC Dallas   Ema Twumasi* Midfielder Wake Forest GPS Portland Phoenix   FC Dallas
12 San Jose Earthquakes   Paul Marie Midfielder FIU Reading United AC   San Jose Earthquakes
13 Sporting Kansas City   Eric Dick Goalkeeper Butler OKC Energy U23   Sporting Kansas City
14 Atlanta United FC   Jon Gallagher Forward Notre Dame   Atlanta United
15 Minnesota United FC[R1 trade 7]   Wyatt Omsberg Defender Dartmouth Seacoast United Phantoms   Minnesota United
16 New York Red Bulls   Brian White Forward Duke New York Red Bulls U-23   New York Red Bulls II
17 Vancouver Whitecaps FC   Justin Fiddes Defender Washington Southern California Surf   Vancouver Whitecaps FC
18 Sporting Kansas City [R1 trade 8]   Graham Smith Defender Denver Colorado Rapids U-23   Sporting Kansas City
19 New York City FC   Jeff Caldwell Goalkeeper Virginia Colorado Rapids U-23   New York City FC
20 Houston Dynamo   Michael Nelson Goalkeeper SMU OKC Energy U23   Houston Dynamo
21 Columbus Crew SC   Ben Lundgaard Goalkeeper Virginia Tech New York Red Bulls U-23   Columbus Crew SC
22 Seattle Sounders FC   Alex Roldan Midfielder Seattle OSA FC   Seattle Sounders FC
23 Minnesota United FC[R1 trade 9]   Carter Manley Defender Duke D.C. United U-23   Minnesota United

Round 1 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #3: D.C. United → Los Angeles FC. January 19, 2018: Los Angeles FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from D.C. United in exchange for $100,000 of General Allocation Money and $100,000 of Targeted Allocation Money.[3]
  2. ^ #4: Colorado Rapids → Montreal Impact → FC Dallas. January 19, 2018: FC Dallas acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Montreal Impact in exchange for $200,000 of General Allocation Money.[4] On February 4, 2016, Montreal had acquired this first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and general allocation money from Colorado Rapids in exchange for defender Eric Miller.[5]
  3. ^ #5: Minnesota United FC → Chicago Fire. January 19, 2018: Chicago Fire acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft Minnesota United FC in exchange for the #15 selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, $75,000 of General Allocation Money, $100,000 of Targeted Allocation Money, and goalkeeper Matt Lampson.[6]
  4. ^ #7: Montreal Impact → Minnesota United FC. January 19, 2018: Minnesota United FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Montreal Impact in exchange for $150,000 of General Allocation Money.[4]
  5. ^ #8: Philadelphia Union → New England Revolution. August 3, 2016: New England Revolution acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, general allocation money, and targeted allocation money from Philadelphia Union in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and forward Charlie Davies.[7]
  6. ^ #10: Real Salt Lake → Chicago Fire. January 19, 2018: Chicago Fire acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Real Salt Lake in exchange for $85,000 of General Allocation Money.[8]
  7. ^ #15: Chicago Fire → Minnesota United FC. January 19, 2018: Minnesota United FC acquired this first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, $75,000 of General Allocation Money, $100,000 of Targeted Allocation Money, and goalkeeper Matt Lampson from Chicago Fire in exchange for the #5 selection in the 2018 SuperDraft.[6]
  8. ^ #18: Portland Timbers → Sporting Kansas City. February 3, 2017: Sporting Kansas City acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and $50,000 in general allocation money from Portland Timbers in exchange for defender Lawrence Olum.[9]
  9. ^ #23: Toronto FC → Minnesota United FC. January 19, 2018: Minnesota United FC acquired a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Toronto FC in exchange for $50,000 of General Allocation Money and a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft.[10]

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
24 Los Angeles FC   Pol Calvet Midfielder Pittsburgh Retired
25 Colorado Rapids [R2 trade 1]   Alan Winn Forward North Carolina Tobacco Road FC   Nashville SC
26 Vancouver Whitecaps FC [R2 trade 2]   Lucas Stauffer Defender Creighton Des Moines Menace   New York Red Bulls II
27 Colorado Rapids   Frantzdy Pierrot Forward Coastal Carolina Reading United AC   Royal Excel Mouscron
28 Toronto FC[R2 trade 3]   Tim Kübel Defender Louisville   Toronto FC II
29 FC Dallas [R2 trade 4]   Mauro Cichero Forward SMU OKC Energy U23   Charleston Battery
30 San Jose Earthquakes [R2 trade 5]   Danny Musovski Forward UNLV FC Tucson   San Jose Earthquakes
31 New York Red Bulls [R2 trade 6]   Niko de Vera Defender Akron Portland Timbers U23   New York Red Bulls II
32 Columbus Crew SC [R2 trade 7]   Edward Opoku* Forward Virginia AC Connecticut   Columbus Crew SC
33 Real Salt Lake   Ricky Lopez-Espin Forward Creighton Tampa Bay Rowdies U23   Real Salt Lake
34 FC Dallas   Chris Lema Midfielder Georgetown New York Red Bulls U-23   New York Red Bulls II
35 San Jose Earthquakes   Mohamed Thiaw Forward Louisville Portland Timbers U23   San Jose Earthquakes
36 Atlanta United FC [R2 trade 8]   Oliver Shannon Midfielder Clemson   Atlanta United
37 Atlanta United FC   Gordon Wild* Forward Maryland   Atlanta United
38 Chicago Fire   Diego Campos Midfielder Clemson SIMA Águilas   Chicago Fire
39 New York Red Bulls   Tom Barlow Forward Wisconsin Chicago FC United   New York Red Bulls II
40 LA Galaxy [R2 trade 9]   Drew Skundrich Midfielder Stanford Burlingame Dragons FC   Bethlehem Steel
41 Minnesota United FC [R2 trade 10]   Xavier Gomez Forward Omaha   Chicago FC United
42 New York City FC   A. J. Paterson Midfielder Wright State SW Florida Adrenaline   Bethlehem Steel
43 Houston Dynamo   Mac Steeves Forward Providence FC Boston   Houston Dynamo
44 Columbus Crew SC   Jake Rozhansky Midfielder Maryland D.C. United U-23   Maccabi Netanya
45 Seattle Sounders FC   Markus Fjørtoft Defender Duke New York Red Bulls U-23   Southern United
46 Toronto FC   Drew Shepherd Goalkeeper Western Michigan Michigan Bucks   Toronto FC II

Round 2 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #25: LA Galaxy → Colorado Rapids. December 13, 2016: Colorado Rapids acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and a first-round selection in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft from LA Galaxy in exchange for midfielder Jermaine Jones.[11]
  2. ^ #26: D.C. United → Vancouver Whitecaps. January 8, 2018: Vancouver Whitecaps FC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from D.C. United in exchange for goalkeeper David Ousted.[12]
  3. ^ #28: Minnesota United FC → Toronto FC. January 19, 2018: Toronto FC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and $50,000 of General Allocation Money from Minnesota United FC in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft[10]
  4. ^ #29: Orlando City → FC Dallas. August 4, 2016: FC Dallas acquired this selection, originally a conditional third-round selection, in the 2018 SuperDraft from Orlando City SC in exchange for the MLS rights to defender Mikey Ambrose.[13]
  5. ^ #30: Montreal Impact → San Jose Earthquakes. July 13, 2017: San Jose Earthquakes acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Montreal Impact in exchange for defender Shaun Francis.[14]
  6. ^ #31: Philadelphia Union → New York Red Bulls. February 8, 2017: New York Red Bulls acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Philadelphia Union in exchange for the MLS rights to midfielder Adam Najem.[15]
  7. ^ #32: New England Revolution → Columbus Crew. May 12, 2016: Columbus Crew SC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, a first-round selection in the 2017 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.[16]
  8. ^ #36: Sporting Kansas City → Atlanta United. December 10, 2017: Atlanta United FC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, midfielder Kévin Oliveira, and defender Tyler Pasher from Sporting Kansas City in exchange for forward Kenwyne Jones, goalkeeper Alexander Tambakis and a fourth-round selection in the 2021 MLS SuperDraft.[17]
  9. ^ #40: Vancouver Whitecaps → LA Galaxy. December 15, 2017: LA Galaxy acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Vancouver Whitecaps FC in exchange for goalkeeper Brian Rowe.[18]
  10. ^ #41: Portland Timbers → Minnesota United. December 20, 2016: Minnesota United FC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Portland Timbers in exchange for goalkeeper Jeff Attinella.[19]

Round 3Edit

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
47 Los Angeles FC   Jordan Jones Forward Oregon State Lane United   RGVFC Toros
48 LA Galaxy   Nate Shultz Defender Akron Portland Timbers U23s   LA Galaxy II
49 Chicago Fire[R3 trade 1]   Elliot Collier Forward Loyola Chicago Michigan Bucks   Chicago Fire
50 Colorado Rapids   Thomas Olsen Goalkeeper San Diego FC Tucson   Las Vegas Lights
51 Real Salt Lake [R3 trade 2] PASS
52 New York City FC [R3 trade 3]   Alex Bumpus Defender Kentucky Unsigned
53 Montreal Impact   Ken Krolicki Midfielder Michigan State K-W United FC   Montreal Impact
54 Philadelphia Union   Mike Catalano Midfielder Wisconsin Reading United | Chicago FC United   Bethlehem Steel
55 Philadelphia Union [R3 trade 4]   Aidan Apodaca Forward California Baptist Southern California Seahorses   Bethlehem Steel
56 Real Salt Lake PASS
57 FC Dallas   Amir Šašivarević Defender Grand Canyon Lane United   Ogden City SC
58 San Jose Earthquakes   Kevin Partida Midfielder UNLV FC Tucson   Reno 1868
59 Houston Dynamo [R3 trade 5]   Pablo Aguilar Midfielder Virginia Reading United AC   RGVFC Toros
60 Montreal Impact [R3 trade 6] PASS
61 Portland Timbers [R3 trade 7]   Caleb Duvernay Defender NC State North Carolina FC U23   North Carolina FC U23
62 Vancouver Whitecaps FC[R3 trade 8]   Cory Brown Defender Xavier Michigan Bucks   Fresno FC
63 Portland Timbers [R3 trade 9]   Timmy Mueller Forward Oregon State Portland Timbers U23s   SR Delémont
64 Portland Timbers   Stuart Holthusen Forward Akron Unsigned
65 New York City FC PASS
66 Houston Dynamo   Sheldon Sullivan Defender Virginia Reading United AC   RGVFC Toros
67 Columbus Crew SC   Luis Argudo Midfielder Wake Forest Carolina Dynamo   Columbus Crew SC
68 Seattle Sounders FC   Chris Bared Defender Villanova Unsigned
69 Toronto FC   Andre Morrison Defender Hartford Long Island Rough Riders Unsigned

Round 3 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #49: D.C. United → Chicago Fire. July 29, 2016: Chicago Fire acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and targeted allocation money from D.C. United in exchange for Kennedy Igboananike.[20]
  2. ^ #51: Minnesota United → Real Salt Lake. February 3, 2017: Real Salt Lake acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and $50,000 in general allocation money from Minnesota United FC in exchange for an international roster slot for the 2017 MLS season.[21]
  3. ^ #52: Orlando City → New York City. December 18, 2017: New York City FC acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Orlando City SC in exchange for defender R. J. Allen.[22]
  4. ^ #55: New England Revolution → Philadelphia Union. August 3, 2016: Philadelphia Union acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and forward Charlie Davies from New England Revolution in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, general allocation money, and targeted allocation money.[7]
  5. ^ #59: Sporting Kansas City → Houston Dynamo. January 7, 2016: Houston Dynamo acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, a second-round selection in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, and future considerations from Sporting Kansas City in exchange for midfielder Brad Davis.[23]
  6. ^ #60: Atlanta United → Montreal Impact. December 11, 2016: Montreal Impact acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Atlanta United FC in exchange for forward Romario Williams.[24]
  7. ^ #61: Chicago Fire → Portland Timbers. August 11, 2017: Portland Timbers acquired a conditional third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft and the #19 spot in the Allocation Order from Chicago Fire in exchange for the #6 spot in the Allocation Order. Chicago used the allocation spot to sign goalkeeper Richard Sánchez, who appeared in 2 games in the 2017 MLS season. Had Sanchez appeared in five or more games Portland would have instead received Chicago's natural second-round selection.[25]
  8. ^ #62: New York Red Bulls → Vancouver Whitecaps. Trade details needed. As of December 21, 2017, the MLS website states that Vancouver acquired this pick from New York as part of a trade completed on August 6, 2015. However, no trade between the clubs was announced in 2015.
  9. ^ #63: Vancouver Whitecaps → Real Salt Lake → Portland Timbers. December 15, 2017: Portland Timbers acquired a third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Real Salt Lake in exchange for the MLS rights to defender Taylor Peay.[26] On August 9, 2017, Real Salt Lake had acquired this third-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Vancouver Whitecaps FC in exchange for defender Aaron Maund.[27]

Round 4Edit

Pick # MLS team Player Position College PDL or NPSL affiliation Signed
70 Atlanta United FC [R4 trade 1]   Paul Christensen Goalkeeper Portland Seattle Sounders FC U-23   Atlanta United 2
71 D.C. United [R4 trade 2]   Afonso Pinheiro Forward Albany FC Tucson   Batatais
72 Colorado Rapids [R4 trade 3]   Brian Iloski Midfielder UCLA San Diego Zest FC   Legia Warsaw
73 Colorado Rapids   Niki Jackson Forward Grand Canyon   Colorado Rapids
74 D.C. United [R4 trade 4]   Rafael Andrade Santos Midfielder VCU SIMA Águilas   SIMA Águilas
75 Sporting Kansas City [R4 trade 5]   Will Bagrou Forward Mercer Seattle Sounders FC U-23   Birmingham Hammers
76 Montreal Impact PASS
77 Philadelphia Union   Matt Danilack Midfielder Dartmouth GPS Portland Phoenix Unsigned
78 New England Revolution   Nicolas Samayoa Defender Florida Gulf Coast   New England Revolution
79 Real Salt Lake PASS
80 FC Dallas   Noah Franke Midfielder Creighton Tampa Bay Rowdies U23   Pittsburgh Riverhounds
81 San Jose Earthquakes PASS
82 Sporting Kansas City   Wilfred Williams Defender Oakland Myrtle Beach Mutiny   Detroit City FC
83 New York Red Bulls [R4 trade 6]   Jared Stroud Midfielder Colgate New York Red Bulls U-23   New York Red Bulls II
84 Chicago Fire   Josh Morton Defender California Burlingame Dragons FC   Tulsa Roughnecks
85 New York Red Bulls   Jose Aguinaga Forward Rider New York Red Bulls U-23   New York Red Bulls II
86 Vancouver Whitecaps FC PASS
87 Portland Timbers   Mamadou Guirassy Forward NJIT Jersey Express   USL Dunkerque
88 New York City FC PASS
89 Houston Dynamo   Manny Padilla Defender San Francisco San Francisco City FC   RGVFC Toros
90 LA Galaxy [R4 trade 7] PASS
91 D.C. United [R4 trade 8] PASS
92 Toronto FC   Ben White Defender Gonzaga Portland Timbers U23s Unsigned

Round 4 tradesEdit

  1. ^ #70: Los Angeles FC → Atlanta United. December 10, 2017: Atlanta United FC acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Los Angeles FC in exchange for an international roster slot for the 2018 season.[28]
  2. ^ #71: LA Galaxy → D.C. United. December 12, 2016: D.C. United acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from LA Galaxy in exchange for midfielder Miguel Aguilar and a fourth-round selection in the 2019 SuperDraft.[29]
  3. ^ #72: D.C. United → Colorado Rapids. February 1, 2016: Colorado Rapids acquired a fourth-round selection, originally a conditional selection, in the 2018 SuperDraft and targeted allocation money from D.C. United in exchange for midfielder Marcelo Sarvas.[30]
  4. ^ #74: Minnesota United → D.C. United. January 3, 2017: D.C. United acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Minnesota United FC in exchange for midfielder Collin Martin.[31]
  5. ^ #75: Orlando City → Sporting Kansas City. August 3, 2016: Sporting Kansas City acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Orlando City SC in exchange for the MLS rights to midfielder Tony Rocha.[32]
  6. ^ #83: Atlanta United → New York Red Bulls. March 1, 2017: New York Red Bulls acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Atlanta United FC in exchange for goalkeeper Kyle Reynish.[33]
  7. ^ #90: Columbus Crew → LA Galaxy. December 13, 2017: LA Galaxy acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Columbus Crew SC in exchange for goalkeeper Jon Kempin.[34]
  8. ^ #91: Seattle Sounders → D.C. United. August 7, 2017: D.C. United acquired a fourth-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Seattle Sounders FC in exchange for forward Lamar Neagle.[35]

Other 2018 SuperDraft Trade NotesEdit

  • On December 23, 2016, Columbus Crew SC acquired a second-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft from Atlanta United FC in exchange for the MLS rights to defender Greg Garza. Trade terms stated that if Garza started a minimum of 12 MLS regular-season games in 2017 the SuperDraft pick would be converted to General Allocation Money instead of the SuperDraft pick. Garza met this threshold and Columbus received General Allocation Money.[36]
  • On March 30, 2017, Vancouver Whitecaps FC acquired a conditional first-round selection in the 2018 SuperDraft, midfielder Tony Tchani, $225,000 of targeted allocation money, and $75,000 of general allocation money from Columbus Crew SC in exchange for forward Kekuta Manneh. The traded SuperDraft pick was contingent on Columbus signing Manneh to a contract extending beyond the 2017 MLS season and would have been Columbus's natural selection. However, in December 2017 Manneh instead signed with Pachuca of Liga MX. Trade terms also stated that Vancouver would receive additional general allocation money if Manneh is traded by Columbus prior to December 31, 2018 and would have retained a percentage of any future transfer fee if Manneh was transferred outside of MLS.[37]

Notable undrafted playersEdit

Homegrown playersEdit

Original MLS team Player Position College Conference Notes
Montreal Impact Jason Beaulieu Goalkeeper New Mexico Conference USA
Real Salt Lake Corey Baird Forward Stanford Pac-12
Seattle Sounders FC Handwalla Bwana Forward Washington Pac-12 2016 Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
FC Dallas Jordan Cano Defender SMU American 2017 AAC Defender of the Year
Real Salt Lake Aaron Herrera Defender New Mexico Conference USA 2017 C-USA Defender of the Year
Portland Timbers Foster Langsdorf Forward Stanford Pac-12
Chicago Fire Grant Lillard Defender Indiana Big Ten 2017 Big Ten Defender of the Year
San Jose Earthquakes JT Marcinkowski Goalkeeper Georgetown Big East 2017 Big East Men's Soccer Tournament MVP
Vancouver Whitecaps FC David Norman Jr. Midfielder Oregon State Pac-12
New York Red Bulls Kevin Politz Defender Wake Forest ACC 2017 ACC Defender of the Year
FC Dallas Kris Reaves Defender Portland West Coast
FC Dallas Brandon Servania Midfielder Wake Forest ACC

Players who signed outside of MLSEdit

Player Position College Conference Team League Notes
Greg Boehme Midfielder VCU Atlantic 10 Richmond Kickers United Soccer League [38]
Harry Cooksley Midfielder St. John's Big East Mallorca Segunda División B
Nico Corti Goalkeeper Stanford Pac-12 Rio Grande Valley FC Toros United Soccer League
Fabio De Sousa Forward Rutgers–Newark NJAC Penn FC United Soccer League
Bryce Marion Midfielder Stanford Pac-12 Rio Grande Valley FC Toros United Soccer League
Nico Matern Midfielder Indiana Wesleyan Crossroads Indy Eleven United Soccer League
Koby Osei-Wusu Midfielder George Washington Atlantic 10 Richmond Kickers United Soccer League

SummaryEdit

Selections by college athletic conferenceEdit

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
NCAA Division I conferences
ACC 8 8 4 0 20
America East 0 0 1 1 2
American 1 1 0 0 2
Atlantic 10 0 0 0 1 1
Atlantic Sun 0 0 0 2 2
Big East 1 4 2 1 8
Big Ten 4 3 2 0 9
Conference USA 1 0 1 0 2
Horizon 0 1 0 1 2
Ivy 1 0 0 1 2
MAAC 0 0 1 0 1
Mid-American 2 2 2 0 6
Missouri Valley 0 0 1 0 1
Pac-12 2 1 2 2 7
Patriot 0 0 0 1 1
SoCon 0 0 0 1 1
Summit 1 1 0 0 2
Sun Belt 0 1 0 1 2
WAC 1 1 2 1 5
West Coast 1 0 1 3 5
NCAA Division II conferences
Pacific West 0 0 1 0 1
  • NCAA Division I conferences with no draft picks: Big South, Colonial and Northeast

Schools with multiple draft selectionsEdit

Selections Schools
4 Akron, Virginia, Wisconsin
3 Creighton, Duke, Wake Forest
2 Clemson, Dartmouth, Grand Canyon, Louisville, Maryland, Oregon State, SMU, Stanford, UNLV, Western Michigan

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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