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Toronto FC holds cards with No. 1 and No. 3 picks
January 15th, 2013 12:14AM
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[MLS SUPERDRAFT COUNTDOWN] Toronto FC holds the No. 1 and No. 3 picks in the MLS SuperDraft, which will take place Thursday at noon ET in Indianapolis (ESPN3, ESPNFC, MLSsoccer.com, and YouTube). Canadian rivals Vancouver (5 and 10) and Montreal (8 and 18) also hold two picks in the first round, while New York, Philadelphia and Portland are currently without a first-round pick. The Timbers will enter the draft without a pick. For the current order ...

First Round
1 Toronto FC
2 Chivas USA
3 Toronto FC
4 New England
5 Vancouver
6 Colorado
7 FC Dallas
8 Montreal
9 Columbus
10 Vancouver
11 Chicago
12 Real Salt Lake
13 Houston
14 Sporting KC
15 San Jose
16 Seattle
17 D.C. United
18 Montreal
19 Los Angeles

Second Round
20 FC Dallas
21 New England
22 New York
23 New England
24 Los Angeles
25 Colorado
26 Philadelphia
27 Montreal
28 Columbus
29 Philadelphia
30 Colorado
31 Real Salt Lake
32 Montreal
33 San Jose
34 San Jose
35 Seattle
36 New England
37 Houston
38 Los Angeles



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