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SuperDraft Selection Order
January 15th, 2009 7AM

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[MLS] Toronto FC holds the key to the 2009 MLS SuperDraft, holding the second, fourth and 13th picks.

FIRST ROUND:
1. Seattle Sounders FC
2. Toronto FC (from San Jose)
3. Los Angeles Galaxy
4. Toronto FC
5. FC Dallas
6. D.C. United
7. D.C. United (from Colorado)
8. Kansas City Wizards
9. Chivas USA
10. New England Revolution
11. New York Red Bulls (from FC Dallas, San Jose, Houston)
12. Real Salt Lake
13. Toronto FC (from Chicago)
14. FC Dallas
15. New England Revolution (from Columbus)

SECOND ROUND:
16. Seattle Sounders FC
17. San Jose Earthquakes
18. New York Red Bulls (from FC Dallas, Los Angeles)
19. Chivas USA (from Toronto)
20. Colorado Rapids (from FC Dallas)
21. D.C. United
22. Kansas City Wizards (from Colorado)
23. Kansas City Wizards
24. New England Revolution (from Los Angeles, Chivas USA)
25. New England Revolution
26. D.C. United (from Houston)
27. FC Dallas (from Salt Lake)
28. Chicago Fire
29. New York Red Bulls
30. Columbus Crew

THIRD ROUND:

31. Seattle Sounders FC
32. San Jose Earthquakes
33. Los Angeles Galaxy
34. Toronto FC
35. Los Angeles Galaxy (from Colorado, Dallas)
36. D.C. United
37. Colorado Rapids
38. New England Revolution (from Kansas City)
39. Toronto FC (from Dallas, Chivas USA)
40. New England Revolution
41. Houston Dynamo
42. Kansas City Wizards (from Salt Lake)
43. Chicago Fire
44. New York Red Bulls
45. Columbus Crew

FOURTH ROUND:

46. Seattle Sounders FC
47. Colorado Rapids (from San Jose)
48. Los Angeles Galaxy
49. Los Angeles Galaxy (from Toronto)
50. Kansas City Wizards (from Dallas)
51. Colorado Rapids (from D.C. United)
52. Chicago Fire (from Colorado)
53. Colorado (from Kansas City)
54. Real Salt Lake (from Chivas USA)
55. New England Revolution
56. Houston Dynamo
57. Real Salt Lake
58. Chicago Fire
59. Colorado Rapids (from New York)
60. Columbus Crew



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