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MLS SuperDraft Selections
January 16th, 2009 7AM

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An MLS SuperDraft record six Wake Forest players were taken in the 2008 draft held Thursday in St. Louis. They included Hermann Trophy winner Marcus Tracy, taken by Houston in the fourth round. Tracy bypassed the adidas Combine and will place instead for Danish club Aalborg. For the round-by-round SuperDraft picks ...

*Generation adidas player.

FIRST ROUND:
1. Seattle -- *Steve Zakuani, F, Akron (England)
2. Toronto FC -- Sam Cronin, M, Wake Forest
3. Los Angeles -- *Omar Gonzalez, D, Maryland
4. Toronto FC -- O'Brian White, F, Connecticut (Jamaica)
5. FC Dallas -- *Peri Marosevic, F, Michigan
6. D.C. United -- *Rodney Wallace, D, Maryland
7. D.C. United -- Chris Pontius, F, UC Santa Barbara
8. Kansas City -- Matt Besler, D, Notre Dame
9. Chivas USA -- Mike Lahoud, M, Wake Forest
10. New England -- *Kevin Alston, D, Indiana
11. New York -- *Jeremy Hall, M, Maryland
12. Real Salt Lake -- Jean Alexandre, M, Lynn
13. Toronto FC -- *Stefan Frei, G, California
14. FC Dallas -- George John, M, Washington
15. New England Revolution -- Ryan Maxwell, M, Tampa (Jamaica)

SECOND ROUND:
16. Seattle -- Evan Brown, D, Wake Forest
17. San Jose -- Brad Ring, M, Indiana
18. New York -- Jide Ogunbiyi, D, Santa Clara
19. Los Angeles -- A.J. Delagarza, D, Maryland
20. Chicago -- *Baggio Husidic, M, UIC
21. D.C. United -- Milos Kocic, Loyola, Md. (Serbia)
22. Kansas City -- Doug DeMartin, F, Michigan State
23. Kansas City -- Graham Zusi, M, Maryland
24. New England -- Andrei Gotsmanov, M, Creighton
25. New England -- Denaldin Hamzagic, M, Saint Louis
26. D.C. United -- Lyle Adams, D, Wake Forest
27. FC Dallas -- Brian Shriver, F, North Carolina
28. Colorado -- Kwame Adjeman-Pamboe, M, George Mason
29. New York -- Jack Traynor, D, Notre Dame
30. Columbus -- Paul Gerstenberger, D, Boston College

THIRD ROUND:
31. Seattle -- Jared Karkas, D, Azusa Pacific
32. San Jose -- Quincy Amarikwa, F, UC Davis
33. Los Angeles -- Josh Boateng, F, Liberty (Ghana)
34. Toronto FC -- Mike Grella, F, Duke
35. Los Angeles -- Kyle Christensen, F, Denver
36. D.C. United -- Brandon Barklage, M, Saint Louis
37. Colorado -- Steward Ceus, G, Albany
38. New England -- Chris Salvaggione, F, Charlotte
39. Toronto FC -- Kyle Hall, F, Syracuse (Canada)
40. New England -- Darrius Barnes, D, Duke
41. Houston -- *Daniel Cruz, F, UNLV
42. Kansas City -- Neal Kitson, G, St. John's
43. Chicago -- David Sias, D, UC Irvine
44. New York -- Nick Zimmerman, M, James Madison
45. Columbus -- Alex Grendi, M, Penn

FOURTH ROUND:
46. Seattle -- Michael Fucito, M, Harvard
47. Colorado -- Ross Schunk, F, Redlands
48. Los Angeles -- Kyle Patterson, M, Saint Louis (England)
49. Chivas USA -- Jamie Franks, M, Wake Forest
50. Kansas City -- Akeem Priestley, M, Connecticut (Jamaica)
51. Colorado -- Jordan Seabrook, F, South Florida
52. Chicago -- Jokull Elisabetarson, M, UNC Greensboro (Iceland)
53. Colorado -- Henry Kalungi, D, Winthrop (Uganda)
54. Real Salt Lake -- Raphael Cox, M, Washington
55. New England -- Tyrel Lacey, G, Tulsa
56. Houston -- Marcus Tracy, F, Wake Forest
57. Real Salt Lake -- MfanaFuthi Bhembe, F, Alabama A&M (Swaziland)
58. Chicago -- Richard Jata, M, Campbell
59. Colorado -- Michael Holody, D, Michigan
60. Columbus -- Chris Clements, D, Tulsa



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