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2008 MLS SuperDraft Order
January 11th, 2008 7AM

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The expansion San Jose Earthquakes have the top pick in the 2008 MLS SuperDraft, which will be held next Friday at the NSCAA Convention in Baltimore (TV: ESPN2, 2 pm ET). Four teams - FC Dallas (No. 2 and 8), Real Salt Lake (No. 3 and 14), Chicago (No. 7 and 12) and Toronto FC (No. 9 and 10) currently hold two first-round picks.

Round 1
1 San Jose
2 FC Dallas
3 Real Salt Lake
4 Los Angeles
5 Colorado
6 Columbus
7 Chicago
8 FC Dallas
9 Toronto FC
10 Toronto FC
11 Kansas City
12 Chicago
13 New England
14 Real Salt Lake

Round 2
15 San Jose
16 New York
17 Real Salt Lake
18 New England
19 FC Dallas
20 Columbus
21 Los Angeles
22 FC Dallas
23 Kansas City
24 D.C. United
25 Kansas City
26 Chicago
27 New England
28 Los Angeles

Round 3
29 Los Angeles
30 Toronto FC
31 FC Dallas
32 New York
33 D.C. United
34 New York
35 New York
36 Colorado
37 Real Salt Lake
38 Chicago
39 Kansas City
40 Chicago
41 New England
42 Houston

Round 4
43 Chivas USA
44 New York
45 FC Dallas
46 Los Angeles
47 Colorado
48 Columbus
49 Colorado
50 FC Dallas
51 Los Angeles
52 D.C. United
53 Kansas City
54 Chicago
55 New England
56 Houston

 



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