Here are the results of the MLS Supplemental Draft, held Feb. 2 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
|1||Los Angeles*||Danny Pena||D||28||n/a|
|3||New England**||Bill Harte||D||25||Loyola|
|4||Dallas***||Dan Stebbins||F||27||Notre Dame|
|6||Tampa Bay****||Marco Ferruzi||MF||26||North Carolina|
|7||Kansas City||Ryan Tinsley||MF||25||Fresno State|
|8||D.C. United@||Carlos Llamosa||D||27||n/a|
|9||Los Angeles||Brian Taylor||F||21||Fresno State|
|10||Tampa Bay@||David Moxom||D||24||Robert Morris|
*-Colorado traded the first pick in the supplemental draft to Columbus for Adrian Paz. Columbus then traded the first pick to Los Angeles for Jorge Salcedo
**-Dallas traded its first pick in the Supplemental Draft (#3, which it had received from Columbus for the allocation spot that turned out to be Brad Friedel) and its third-round pick in the college draft to New England for the Revolution's first-round pick in the supplemental draft (#2).
***-San Jose traded its first-round pick (#4) and second-round pick (#20, as they had swapped second-round picks with D.C. United in the trade for Shawn Medved) in the supplemental draft to Dallas for the rights to midfielder Lawrence Lozzano and Dallas' second-round pick in the supplemental draft (#16).
****-Dallas sent its first-round pick in the supplemental draft to Tampa Bay in the trade for Peter Hattrup.
@- Tampa Bay traded a regular first-round pick (#8) to D.C. United for its first-round pick (#10) and United's second pick in the 1998 supplemental draft.
|11||Colorado||Billy Baumhoff||MF||23||South Carolina|
|12||New England||Patrick Olalere||F||25||Carson Newman|
|13||Columbus||Jason Farrell||MF||26||Seattle Pacific|
|14||D.C. United||Gerson Echeverry||F||25||Seton Hall|
|16||San Jose||Curt Onalfo||D||27||Virginia|
|17||Kansas City||Ricci Greenwood||F||23||Seattle Pacific|
|18||Tampa Bay||Paulo Dos Santos||MF||23||Rhode Island|
|19||Los Angeles||John Jones||F||23||Sacramento State|
|21||Colorado||Kerry Zavagnin||MF||22||North Carolina|
|22||New England||Sam George||MF||26||UCLA|
|24||San Jose||Edmundo Rodriguez||F||26||New Mexico|
|27||Tampa Bay**||Mike Heald||MF||24||Tampa|
|29||Los Angeles||Travis Rinker||D||28||Bridgeport|
|30||D.C. United||Joe Thieman||MF||24||Princeton|
*-Colorado also received Columbus' third-round pick in the Adrian Paz trade
**-Tampa Bay received Kansas City's third-round pick in the Steve Pittman-Alan Prampin trade.
***Tampa Bay sent a third-round pick (#28) to Columbus for the Crew's third-round pick in the 1998 supplemental draft.