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2011 Supplemental Draft picks
January 18th, 2011 4:40PM

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[MLS] Clubs selected 51 players in the three-round MLS Supplemental Draft, which returned after a two-year absence. For all the selections ...

Teams are permitted to begin training camp Thursday, and the 2011 MLS regular season begins March 15.

While MLS teams are not restricted on the number of players attending preseason training camps, each club must be roster and salary budget compliant by March 1.
 
2011 MLS Supplemental Draft
Round 1
1 Vancouver -- Michael Boxall D UC Santa Barbara
2 Portland -- Spencer Thompson F UC Irvine
3 Los Angeles -- (from D.C. United) Daniel Keat M Dartmouth
4 New York -- (from Chivas USA) Jimmy Maurer GK South Carolina
5 Philadelphia -- Ryan Richter F LaSalle
6 New England -- Hunter Christensen M Tulsa
7 Houston -- Evan Newton GK Old Dominion
8 Toronto FC -- JC Banks M UW Green Bay
9 Chicago -- Amani Walker F UC Irvine
10 Sporting Kansas City -- Sam Scales M Ohio State
11 Seattle -- Josh Ford GK Connecticut
12 Portland -- (from D.C. United, Columbus) Robbie Lynch M Evansville
13 Toronto FC -- (from New York) Steven Beattie F Northern Kentucky
14 Real Salt Lake -- Jeff Attinella GK South Florida
15 FC Dallas -- (from San Jose) Alexis Pradie D Embry Riddle (Fla.)
16 Los Angeles -- Ryan Thomas D Stanford
17 FC Dallas -- Paul Ogunyemi M Schoolcraft
18 FC Dallas -- (from Colorado) Bryan Martinez M Seton Hall

Round 2
19 Vancouver -- Joe Anderson M Coastal Carolina
20 Portland -- Raymundo Reza F San Diego State
21 D.C. United -- Blake Brettschneider D/M/F South Carolina
22 Chivas USA -- Ernesto Carranza M Sacramento State
23 Philadelphia -- Josh Walburn D Princeton
24 New England -- Fernando Cabadas M Sacramento State
25 Houston -- Sergio Castillo M Creighton
26 Toronto FC -- Spencer Thompson F Michigan State
27 Chicago -- Yannick Salmon M Rutgers
28 Kansas City -- Mike Jones D SIU-Edwardsville
29 Seattle -- Corey Attaway D UC Irvine
30 Columbus -- Ben Sippola D Butler
31 New York -- Teddy Schneider D Princeton
32 Real Salt Lake -- Andrew Cost M Penn State
33 San Jose -- Phillip Tuttle GK Notre Dame
34 Los Angeles -- Dustin McCarty M North Carolina
35 FC Dallas -- Ariel Osorio M SMU
36 Colorado -- Philip Bannister F Loyola (MD)

Round 3
37 Vancouver -- Santiago Bedoya D Northeastern
38 Portland -- Taylor Mueller D Washington
39 D.C. United -- PASS 
40 Chivas USA -- Curtis Ushedo D UAB
41 Philadelphia -- Matthew Marcin M Providence
42 New England -- Andrew Sousa M Providence
43 Houston -- PASS 
44 Toronto FC -- Scott Rojo M High Point
45 Chicago -- Sam Arthur F/D South Carolina
46 Kansas City -- Michael Mravec M UAB
47 Seattle -- Sean Morris M Seattle
48 Columbus -- Andy Adlard M/F Indiana
49 New York -- PASS 
50 Real Salt Lake -- Nick Love F Gonzaga
51 San Jose -- Victor Cortez D San Francisco
52 Los Angeles -- Zack Johnson GK West Virginia
53 FC Dallas -- Craig Hill GK SMU
54 Colorado -- Javed Mohammed D South Florida



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