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Charlotte's James goes to Impact with No. 1 pick
by Paul Kennedy, January 17th, 2012 3:24PM

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[MLS SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT] The Montreal Impact took Charlotte midfielder Evan James with the first pick of Major League Soccer’s Supplemental Draft. Other players taken in the four-round draft included Tim Pontius (brother of D.C. United's Chris Pontius), Nate Polak (whose brother Tyler was taken as a GA pick in the 2012 SuperDraft) and Tyler Krumpe (son of former U..S. international Paul Krumpe, his coach at Loyola Marymount). For all the picks ...

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First Round
1 Montreal -- Evan James (UNC Charlotte) MF
2 Vancouver -- Gienir Garcia (Cruz Azul/MEX) D
3 New England -- Dawyne Smith (Bethel Univ.) MF
4 Toronto FC -- Michael Green (New Mexico) MF
5 Chivas USA -- RJ Allen (Monmouth) D
6 Real Salt Lake -- Andy Rose (UCLA) MF
7 Houston -- Brian Ownby (Virginia) FW
8 Portland -- Ryan Kowaluk (Portland) MF
9 Chicago -- Evans Frimpong (Delaware) FW
10 Columbus -- Kirk Urso (North Carolina) MF
11 FC Dallas -- Alex Lee (Maryland) D
12 Houston -- Karo Okiomah (High Point) FW
13 Philadelphia -- Tom Brandt (Penn) D
14 Toronto FC -- Nick Blake (Connecticut) D
15 Chicago -- Karl Woszczynski (UAB) GK
16 Sporting KC -- Shawn Singh (UCLA) D
17 Real Salt Lake -- Emiliano Bonfigli (Manta FC/ECU) FW
18 Houston -- Eder Arreola (UCLA) MF
19 Los Angeles -- Bryan Gaul (Bradley) FW

Second Round
1 Montreal -- Aaron Schoenfeld (East Tennessee State) FW
2 Vancouver --  Greg Klazura (Notre Dame) D/MF
3 New England -- Alec Purdie (Indiana) MF
4 Toronto FC -- Mykel Bates (Santa Clara) D
5 Chivas USA -- Brian Rowe (UCLA) GK
6 San Jose -- Cesar Diaz Pizarro (UC Riverside) FW
7 D.C. United -- Lance Rozeboom (New Mexico) MF
8 Portland -- Miguel Ibarra (UC Irvine) MF
9 Chivas USA -- Daniel Steres (San Diego State) D
10 Columbus -- Jamie Finch (Washington) D
11 Chivas USA -- Fabian Kling (Fort Lewis) D
12 New York -- Mike Volk (Virginia) D
13 Philadelphia -- Kristian Witkowski (Marist) FW
14 Seattle -- Tim Pontius (UC Santa Barbara) D
15 Seattle -- Jason Banton (Leicester City/ENG) FW
16 Sporting KC -- Pablo Punyed (St. John’s) MF
17 Real Salt Lake -- Oliver Kupe (Northwestern) FW
18 Chivas USA -- Kevin Venegas (Cal State Fullerton) D
19 Los Angeles -- Rafael Garcia (Cal State Northridge) MF

Third Round

1 Montreal -- Steven Miller (Colgate) FW
2 Vancouver --  Andrew Fontein (UC Irvine) GK
3 New England -- Kevin Garcia (Villanova) D
4 Toronto FC -- Artur Ivo (SMU) MF
5 Sporting KC -- Stefan Antonijevic (Valparaiso) D
6 San Jose -- David Tiemstra (Ohio State) D
7 D.C. United -- Charles Rodriguez (Charlotte) D
8 Portland -- Doug Herrick (St. Mary’s) GK
9 Chicago -- Tony Walls (Wisconsin Green Bay) MF
10 Columbus -- Darren Amoo (Liberty) FW
11 FC Dallas -- Walter Hines (St. John’s) FW
12 New York -- Christian Barreiro (Penn) MF
13 Philadelphia -- Antoine Hoppenot (Princeton) FW
14 Colorado -- Kohei Yamada (TheSpa Kusatsu/JPN) MF
15 Seattle -- Abdul Aman (Washington) FW
16 Sporting KC -- Kyle Miller (Rockhurst) MF
17 Real Salt Lake -- Benjamin Ubierna (San Martin/PER) MF
18 Houston -- Philip Aseweh (Liberty) FW
19 Los Angeles -- Yuri Gorentzvaig (Corinthians/BRA) FW

Fourth Round

1 Montreal -- Carl Haworth (Niagara) FW
2 Vancouver --  Mark Fetrow (Penn State) D
3 New England -- Mike Roach (St. Louis) FW
4 Toronto FC -- Michael Mazzullo (Columbia) MF
5 Los Angeles -- Steven Posa (San Diego) FW
6 San Jose -- James Kiffe (UC Santa Barbara) D
7 D.C. United -- Matt Kuhn (Drake) MF
8 Portland -- Logan McDaniel (Loyola Marymount) MF
9 Chicago -- Justin Chavez (Tulsa) D
10 Columbus -- Andrew Bulls (UMBC) FW
11 FC Dallas -- Ian Kalis (SMU) D
12 New York -- Nate Polak (Hastings) MF
13 Philadelphia -- Brandon Zimmerman (UC Santa Clara) MF
14 Colorado -- Joel Helmick (Longwood) GK
15 Seattle -- Wes Feighner (Cal Poly) D
16 San Jose -- Tyler Krumpe (Loyola Marymount) D
17 Real Salt Lake -- pass
18 Houston -- Daniel Roberts (UNC Wilmington) MF
19 Los Angeles -- Justin Davies (San Diego State)D



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