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2008 MLS SuperDraft
January 19th, 2008 12:31AM

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Round 1
1 Kansas City Chance Myers UCLA D
2 FC Dallas Brek Shea U-17 National Team M/D
3 Real Salt Lake Anthony Beltran UCLA M/D
4 Los Angeles Sean Franklin Cal State Northridge M/D
5 Colorado Ciaran O'Brien UC Santa Barbara M
6 Columbus Andy Iro UC Santa Barbara D
7 Chicago Patrick Nyarko Virginia Tech F
8 FC Dallas Josh Lambo U-17 National Team G
9 Toronto FC Julius James Connecticut D
10 Toronto FC Pat Phelan Wake Forest M
11 Kansas City Roger Espinoza, Ohio State M
12 Chicago Dominic Cervi Tulsa G
13 New England Rob Valentino  San Francisco D
14 Real Salt Lake David Horst Old Dominion D
Round 2
15 San Jose Shea Salinas Furman M
16 New York Eric Brunner Ohio State D
17 Real Salt Lake Alex Nimo U-17 National Team
18 New England  Michael Videira Duke M
19 FC Dallas Eric Avila UC Santa Barbara M
20 Columbus George Josten Gonzaga F/M
21 Los Angeles  Ely Allen Washington F
22 FC Dallas Ricardo Pierre-Louis Lee F
23 Kansas City Yomby William Old Dominion D
24 FC Dallas Andrew Jacobson California M
25 Kansas City Jonathan Leathers Furman D
26 Chicago Peter Lowry Santa Clara M
27 New England Joe Germanese Duke M
28 Los Angeles Brian Edwards Wake Forest G
Round 3
29 Los Angeles Julian Valentin Wake Forest D
30 Toronto FC Mike Zaher UCLA D
31 FC Dallas  Ryan Miller Notre Dame D
32 New York Luke Sassano California M/D
33 D.C. United Ryan Cordeiro Connecticut F
34 Los Angeles Matt Allen Creighton G
35 Toronto FC Joseph Lapira Notre Dame F
36 Colorado Adrian Chevannes SMU D
37 Real Salt Lake Brennan Tennelle UC Santa Barbara M
38 Chicago Dwight Barnett Lynn F
39 Kansas City Matt Marquess Santa Clara D/F
40 Chicago Stephen King Maryland M
41 New England Matthew Britner Brown D
42 Houston  Geoff Cameron Rhode Island M

Round 4
43  Chivas USA Keith Savage West Florida M/F
44  New York David Roth Northwestern M
45  FC Dallas Jamil Roberts Santa Clara D   
46  Los Angeles Brendon McDonald San Francisco M
47  Colorado Brian Grazier Saint Louis M
48  Columbus Steven Lenhart Azusa Pacific F
49  Colorado Scott Campbell North Carolina M
50  FC Dallas Ben Nason Virginia Tech M
51  Los Angeles Matt Hatzke Santa Clara M/D
52 FC Dallas  Tony Schmitz Creighton M
53  Kansas City Rauwshan McKenzie Michigan State D
54  Chicago Austin Washington Gonzaga D
55  New England Spencer Wadsworth Duke M
56  Houston Jeremy Barlow Virginia M



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