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New England takes Farrell with No. 1 pick
by Paul Kennedy, January 17th, 2013 12:20PM
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[MLS SUPERDRAFT]The New England Revolution, which landed the No. 1 pick in the MLS SuperDraft when it acquired the top spot from Toronto FC for its No. 4 pick and allocation money, took Louisville defender Andrew Farrellwith the first pick in Thursday's draft in Indianapolis. Toronto FC turned around and traded the No. 4 pick to Vancouver, which took Gambian teenager Kekuta Manneh. For the first-round picks ...

First Round
1 New England --D Andrew Farrell (Louisville)
2 Chivas USA --M Carlos Alvarez (Connecticut)
3 Toronto FC --M Kyle Bekker (Boston College)
4 (a) Vancouver --F Kekuta Manneh (Austin Aztex)
5 Vancouver -- F Erik Hurtado (Santa Clara)
6 Colorado -- F Deshorn Brown (UCF)
7 FC Dallas -- D Walker Zimmerman (Furman)
8 Montreal -- M Blake Smith (New Mexico)
9 Columbus -- F Ryan Finley (Notre Dame)
10 (a) (b) Seattle -- D/F Eriq Zavaleta (Indiana)
11 Colorado -- M Dillon Powers (Notre Dame)
12 Real Salt Lake  --M John Stertzer (Maryland)
13 Houston --F Jason Johnson (VCU)
14 Sporting KC --M Mikey Lopez (North Carolina)
15 San Jose --D Tommy Muller (Georgetown)
16 (b) Toronto FC -- F Emery Welshman (Oregon State)
17 D.C. United -- D Taylor Kemp (Maryland)
18 Montreal -- M Fernando Monge (UCLA)
19 Los Angeles -- F Charlie Rugg (Boston College)

(a) Toronto FC traded the No. 4 pick to Vancouver for the No. 10 pick and allocation money.
(b) Toronto FC traded the No. 10 pick to Seattle for the No. 16 pick and allocation money.

Second Round
20 FC Dallas --
M Ryan Hollingshead (UCLA)
21. New England --M Donnie Smith (Charlotte)
22. New York -- M Ian Christianson (Georgetown)
23. New England -- F Luke Spencer (Xavier)
24. Los Angeles --D Kofi Opare (Michigan)
25. Colorado --D Kory Kindle (Cal State Bakersfield)
26. Philadelphia --F Don Anding (Northeastern)
27. Montreal --M Paulo DelPiccolo (Louisville)
28. Columbus -- D Drew Beckie (Denver)
29. Real Salt Lake -- F Devon Sandoval (New Mexico)
30. Chicago --F Yazid Atouba Emane (Rainbow FC, Cameroon)
31. Philadelphia -- M Stephen Okai (Mobile)
32. Montreal -- G Brad Stuver (Cleveland State)
33. San Jose --M Dan Delgado (San Diego)
34. Portland --D Dylan Tucker-Gangnes (Washington)
35. Seattle -- D Dylan Remick (Brown)
36. New England --G Luis Soffner (Indiana)
37. Houston -- D Jimmy Nealis (Georgetown)
38. LA Galaxy -- D Greg Cochrane (Louisville)



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