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2008 MLS SuperDraft Selections
January 21st, 2008 6:45AM
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Generation adidas players were taken with six of the top eight picks in the 2008 MLS SuperDraft. The lowest GA pick was UC Santa Barbara's Eric Avila, taken by FC Dallas with the No. 19 pick. The Gauchos and Santa Clara led all colleges with four players each taken in the '08 draft in Baltimore. For all the 68 picks ...

Read Soccer America Senior Editor Ridge Mahoney's post-draft analysis and give us your opinion on the 2008 SuperDraft by going to MLS Confidential.

Round 1
1 Kansas City Chance Myers, UCLA D
2 FC DallasBrek Shea, U.S. U-17 residency M/D
3 Real Salt Lake Anthony Beltran, UCLA M/D
4 Los AngelesSean Franklin, Cal State Northridge M/D
5 ColoradoCiaran O'Brien, UC Santa Barbara M
6 ColumbusAndy Iro (England), UC Santa Barbara D
7 Chicago Patrick Nyarko (Ghana), Virginia Tech F
8 FC Dallas Josh Lambo, U.S. U-17 residency G
9 Toronto FCJulius James (Trinidad & Tobago), Connecticut D
10 Toronto FCPat 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 JoseShea Salinas, Furman M
16 New York Eric Brunner, Ohio State D
17 Real Salt LakeAlex Nimo, FC Portland M/F
18 New EnglandMichael Videira, Duke M
19 FC DallasEric Avila, UC Santa Barbara M
20 ColumbusGeorge Josten, Gonzaga F/M
21 Los AngelesEly Allen, Washington F
22 FC DallasRicardo Pierre-Louis (Haiti), Lee F
23 Kansas CityYomby William (Cameroon), Old Dominion D
24 FC DallasAndrew 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 AngelesMatt 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 ChicagoStephen King, Maryland M
41 New England Matthew Britner (Canada), 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 DallasJamil Roberts, Santa Clara D
46 Los Angeles*Brandon McDonald, San Francisco M
47 ColoradoBrian Grazier, Saint Louis M
48 Columbus *Steven Lenhart, Azusa Pacific F
49 ColoradoScott 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 CityRauwshan McKenzie, Michigan State D
54 Chicago*Austin Washington, Gonzaga D
55 New England *Spencer Wadsworth, Duke M
56 HoustonJeremy Barlow, Virginia M
*Not at adidas MLS Combine.



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