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2012 draft order, picks 1-38
January 10th, 2012 7:24PM

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[MLS SUPERDRAFT] The 2012 MLS SuperDraft will begin at noon ET (11 a.m. CT) at the Kansas City Convention Center, where it is being held in conjunction with the annual NSCAA Convention. ESPN and will air the draft, which will consist of only two rounds. (A Supplemental Draft will be held Tuesday via conference call.) Toronto FC is the only team currently with two picks in the first round. For the complete SuperDraft order ...

First Round
1. Montreal Impact
2. Vancouver Whitecaps
3. New England Revolution
4. Toronto FC
5. Chivas USA
6. San Jose Earthquakes
7. D.C. United
8. Portland Timbers
9. Chicago Fire
10. Columbus Crew
11. FC Dallas
12. Toronto FC (via New York Red Bulls)
13. Philadelphia Union
14. Colorado Rapids
15. Seattle Sounders
16. Sporting Kansas City
17. Real Salt Lake
18. Houston Dynamo
19. Los Angeles Galaxy

Second Round
20. Montreal Impact
21. Vancouver Whitecaps
22. New England Revolution
23. Chicago Fire (via Toronto FC)
24. Real Salt Lake (via Chivas USA)
25. San Jose Earthquakes
26. Columbus Crew (via D.C. United)
27. Portland Timbers
28. Chicago Fire
29. Columbus Crew
30. Sporting Kansas City (via FC Dallas)
31. New York Red Bulls
32. Philadelphia Union
33. San Jose Earthquakes (via Colorado Rapids)
34. Seattle Sounders
35. Philadelphia Union (via Sporting Kansas City)
36. Real Salt Lake
37. Houston Dynamo
38. Los Angeles Galaxy

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