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January 12th, 2011 8:33PM

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[MLS SUPERDRAFT] The Vancouver Whitecaps are well positioned to stock themselves with players for their expansion MLS season. On the eve of the SuperDraft, they held the No. 1 pick and were the only team to have two selections in the first round, having acquired the eighth overall pick from Canadian rival Toronto FC in exchange for Nathan Sturgis, picked up from Seattle in the Expansion Draft.
 
ROUND 1
1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC
2 Port land Timbers
3 D.C. United
4 Chivas USA
5 Philadelphia Union
6 New England Revolution
7 Houston Dynamo
8 Vancouver Whitecaps FC (from Toronto FC)
9 Chicago Fire
10 Sporting Kansas City
11 Seattle Sounders FC
12 Columbus Crew
13 New York Red Bulls
14 Real Salt Lake
15 San Jose Earthquakes
16 Los Angeles Galaxy
17 FC Dallas
18 Colorado Rapids
    
ROUND 2
19 Vancouver Whitecaps FC
20 Portland Timbers
21 Seattle Sounders FC (from D.C. United)
22 Portland Timbers (from Real Salt Lake, Chivas USA)
23 Philadelphia Union
24 New England Revolution
25 New York Red Bulls (from Houston Dynamo)
26 Toronto FC
27 Seattle Sounders FC (from Chicago Fire)
28 Columbus Crew (from Philadelphia Union, Sporting Kansas City)
29 Seattle Sounders FC
30 New York Red Bulls (from Columbus Crew)
31 D.C. United (from New York Red Bulls)
32 Sporting Kansas City (from Real Salt Lake)
33 San Jose Earthquakes
34 Los Angeles Galaxy
35 FC Dallas
36 Colorado Rapids
    
ROUND 3
37 Vancouver Whitecaps FC
38 New York Red Bulls (from Portland Timbers)
39 New England Revolution (from D.C. United)
40 Chivas USA
41 Philadelphia Union
42 New England Revolution
43 Toronto FC (from Houston Dynamo)
44 Toronto FC (from Colorado Rapids, Toronto FC)
45 Chicago Fire
46 Sporting Kansas City
47 Seattle Sounders FC
48 Columbus Crew
49 Chicago Fire (from New York Red Bulls)
50 Los Angeles Galaxy (from Real Salt Lake, Los Angeles Galaxy, Real Salt Lake)
51 Chicago Fire (from San Jose Earthquakes)
52 Real Salt Lake (from Los Angeles Galaxy)
53 FC Dallas
54 New England Revolution (from Colorado Rapids)



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