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MLS SuperDraft Order
January 13th, 2010 7AM
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[MLS]The 2010 MLS SuperDraft will be held Thursday, beginning at 2 p.m. ET, in conjunction with the NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia. Soccer America will be providing live coverage and analysis of the draft at socceramerica.com, and the first hour will be broadcast live on ESPN2. FC Dallas and Columbus both have two picks in the first round. For the order of the four-round draft ...

1st Round
1. Philadelphia
2. New York
3. San Jose
4. Kansas City
5. FC Dallas (from Toronto FC)
6. FC Dallas
7. Philadelphia (from D.C. United)
8. Columbus (from Colorado)
9. New England
10. Chivas USA
11. Seattle
12. Columbus
13. Chicago
14. New York (from Houston)
15. Los Angeles
16. Real Salt Lake

2nd Round
17. Philadelphia
18. New York
19. San Jose
20. Kansas City
21. FC Dallas (from Toronto FC)
22. Colorado (from FC Dallas)
23. Colorado (from D.C. United)
24. Toronto (from Colorado)
25. New England
26. Chicago (from Chivas USA)
27. Seattle
28. San Jose (from Real Salt Lake, FC Dallas, Columbus)
29. Chicago
30. San Jose (from Houston)
31. New York (from Los Angeles)
32. Real Salt Lake

3rd Round
33. Philadelphia
34. New York
35. Chivas USA (from San Jose)
36. Kansas City
37. San Jose (from Toronto FC)
38. FC Dallas
39. Los Angeles (from D.C. United)
40. Colorado
41. Kansas City (from New England)
42. Chivas USA
43. Houston (from Seattle)
44. Dallas (from Columbus)
45. Chicago
46. Houston
47. Chivas USA (from Los Angeles)
48. New York (from Real Salt Lake)

4th Round
49. Philadelphia
50. New York
51. Chicago (from San Jose)
52. Kansas City
53. Toronto FC
54. FC Dallas
55. D.C. United
56. Colorado
57. New England
58. Chivas USA (from Toronto, Chivas USA)
59. Seattle
60. Columbus
61. Columbus (from Chicago)
62. Houston
63. Columbus (from Los Angeles)
64. Real Salt Lake

 



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