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Meves, Cintron, McGlynn picked on Tuesday
January 22nd, 2013 11:30PM

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[MLS SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT] Among the other notable selections in Tuesday's MLS Supplemental Draft were Akron goalie David Meves (Portland), the NCAA's all-time leader in shutouts and minutes played who will be reunited with his college coach, Caleb Porter, Providence's Marc Cintron (New York), who scored for Puerto Rico against Spain in a friendly last year, and Peter McGlynn (San Jose), whose assault on a referee resulted in UC Santa Barbara pulling itself out of consideration for the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

Team-by-team picks:
Chicago Fire (3): #30 John Gallagher (LB/Penn State), #49 James Belshaw (GK/Duke), #68 Caleb Konstanski (CB/Indiana)

Chivas USA (3): #2 Jose Diaz (CB/UC Riverside), #19 Paul Islas (F/Fresno Pacific), #21 Joe Franco (RB/Cal State Northridge), #40 PASS, #59 PASS

Colorado Rapids (4): #25 Brenton Griffiths (CB/USF), #37 Stefano Pinho (M/Fluminense), #44 Machael David (RB or DM/UC Santa Barbara), #63 Marcello Castro (D/Sacred Heart)

Columbus Crew (3): #9 Reed Matte (RB/UAB), #28 Daniel Withrow (GK/Marshall), #66 Shawn Sloan (AM/High Point)

FC Dallas (4): #7 Cameron Brown (LM/North Carolina), #26 Kyle Zobeck (GK/Valparaiso), #45 Cameron Wilder (DM/Kentucky), #64 T.J. Nelson (DM/Southern Methodist)

D.C. United (1): #36 Evan Raynr (OM/UCLA), #55 PASS, #74 PASS

Houston Dynamo (3): #18 Anthony Arena (CB or DM/Wake Forest), #56 Nic Ryan (CM/UC Santa Barbara), #75 Yannick Smith (F or OM/Old Dominion)

LA Galaxy (1): #6 Andy Riemer (OM or F/Georgetown), #57 PASS, #76 PASS

Montreal Impact (4): #8 Hakan Ilhan (F/UNC Greensboro), #27 Jordan Leblanc (CM/Old Dominion), #46 Luciano Delbono (CMWake Forest), #47 Juan Arbelaez (M/VCU), #65 PASS

New England Revolution (4): #4 Jossimar Sanchez (CM/Connecticut), #23 Chris Thomas (F/Elon), #42 Alex DeJohn (D/Old Dominion), #61 Gabe Latigue (OM/Elon)

New York Red Bulls (6): #1 Ryan Clark (LM/Monmouth), #13 Michael Bustamante (AM/Boston Univ.), #32 Ben Fisk (DM/Washington), #34 Marc Cintron (RM/Providence), #51 Stephane Diop (LM/Connecticut), #70 Andrew Ribeiro (CB or DM/Creighton)

Philadelphia Union (5): #12 Eric Schoenle (CB/West Virginia), #17 Uriah Bentick (CM/Liberty), #24 Mark Linnville (CB/Princeton), #43 Jake Keegan (F/Binghamton), #43 Lenardo Fernandes (AM/Stony Brook)

Portland Timbers (2): #3 David Meves (GK/Akron), #22 Chris Hegngi (F/Ohio State), #41 PASS, #60 PASS

Real Salt Lake (2): #50 Brock Granger (RB/Louisville), #69 Max Wasserman (RB/Connecticut)

San Jose Earthquakes (3): #15 Adam Jahn (F/Stanford), #53 Colin Mitchell (M or F/Oregon State), #72 Peter McGlynn (D/UC Santa Barbara)

Seattle Sounders (5): #5 Will Bates (F/Virginia), #16 Kevin Durr (CM/Air Force), #35 Kevin Olali (LW/USF), #54 Lebogang Moloto (F or M/Lindsey Wilson), #73 Jennings Rex (F or M/ Charlotte)

Sporting Kansas City (4): #14 Christan Duke (M/San Diego), #33 Mitchell Cardenas (AM/Campbell), #52 Brian Fekete (D/Tampa), #71 Mike Reidy (RM/Colgate)

Toronto FC (4): #20 Ashton Bennett (F/Coastal Carolina), #38 Jose Gomez AM/Creighton), #39 Nik Robson (M/New Mexico), #58 Taylor Morgan (F/George Mason)

Vancouver Whitecaps (6): #10 Adam Mena (M/Notre Dame), #11 Michael Rose (M/Notre Dame), #29 Brian Rogers (F/Harvard), #31 Adam Clement (D/Duquesne), #48 Joshua Patterson (F/Duquesne), #67 Alejandro Sucre (F/Amherst)



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