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Four first-round picks traded this week
January 15th, 2014 5:34PM

TAGS:  mls


[2014 MLS SUPERDRAFT] D.C. United holds the No. 1 pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft that will be held Thursday at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center (live on ESPNews and WatchESPN, noon ET). Whether it keeps the pick remains to be seen. Already this week four first-round picks have changed hands -- and more are expected to follow.

New England is the only team with three first-round picks (No. 4, No. 12 and No. 19) after getting the No. 4 pick from Columbus for the rights to Michael Parkhurst. The hometown Union has two of the first six picks (No. 2 and No. 6) and the Vancouver Whitecaps hold the No. 3 and No. 7 picks.

The LA Galaxy, Chivas USA, New York and Sporting Kansas City are without first picks. The first two rounds will take place on Thursday and the third and fourth rounds will be held via conference call on Jan. 21. The Supplemental Draft has been dropped.

Round 1

1 D.C. United
2 Philadelphia Union
3 Vancouver Whitecaps
4 New England Revolution (from Columbus Crew in Parkhurst trade)
5 FC Dallas
6 Philadelphia Union
7 Vancouver Whitecaps
8 Seattle Sounders (from Chicago Fire in multiple-player trade)
9 San Jose Earthquakes
10 Montreal Impact
11 Colorado Rapids
12 New England Revolution
13 Chicago Fire (from Seattle Sounders in multiple-player trade)
14 Columbus Crew (from LA Galaxy in Jimenez trade)
15 Toronto FC
16 Houston Dynamo
17 Portland Timbers
18 Real Salt Lake
19 New England Revolution

Round 2
20 Chivas USA
21 Seattle Sounders
22 New York Red Bulls
23 LA Galaxy (from Columbus Crew in Jimenez trade)
24 Toronto FC
25 Philadelphia Union
26 Portland Timbers
27 Philadelphia Union
28 San Jose Earthquakes
29 Montreal Impact
30 Vancouver Whitecaps
31 New England Revolution
32 Houston Dynamo
33 Colorado Rapids
34 New York Red Bulls
35 Colorado Rapids
36 Portland Timbers
37 Montreal Impact
38 Sporting Kansas City

Round 3

39 Portland Timbers
40 Chivas USA
41 Sporting KC
42 Columbus Crew
43 FC Dallas
44 Philadelphia Union
45 Vancouver Whitecaps
46 Philadelphia Union
47 San Jose Earthquakes
48 Montreal Impact
49 Colorado Rapids
50 New England Revolution
51 Vancouver Whitecaps
52 Philadelphia Union
53 Real Salt Lake
54 Houston Dynamo
55 Seattle Sounders
56 D.C. United
57 Sporting KC

Round 4
58 Vancouver Whitecaps
59 Chivas USA
60 Toronto FC
61 Chicago Fire
62 FC Dallas
63 Philadelphia Union
64 Vancouver Whitecaps
65 Chicago Fire
66 San Jose Earthquakes
67 Montreal Impact
68 Colorado Rapids
69 D.C. United
70 Real Salt Lake
71 Portland Timbers
72 LA Galaxy
73 Portland Timbers
74 San Jose Earthquakes
75 Chicago Fire
76 Sporting KC
77 Seattle Sounders

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