You've seen all of the mock drafts before. We have one more for you to see.
Here is the final 2010 MLS Mock Draft by SBI. It is two rounds long, and I may even add a third round at some point today, time permitting. I'm battling some flu-like symptoms and will be making the drive south shortly.
This Mock Draft's first round isn't quite an exact copy of the ESPN.com mock draft I did on Tuesday. This one has some changes toward the later end of the first round.
Here is my last 2010 MLS Mock Draft:
SBI 2010 MLS Mock Draft (v 3.0)
1. Philadelphia Union- DANNY MWANGA, F, Oregon State
This one is already in the books. The Union love his dynamic ability at forward and he should develop into a regular starter for the expansion squad.
2. New York Red Bulls- TONY TCHANI, M, Virginia
The Red Bulls can't pass on the most coveted player in the draft. Defensive help will have to wait.
3. San Jose Earthquakes- IKE OPARA, D, Wake Forest
The Earthquakes will be torn between Bunbury and Opara but ultimately can't pass on one of the top defensive prospects in years.
4. Kansas City Wizards- TEAL BUNBURY, F, Akron
The Wizards would have preferred Tchani, but landing a top striker who's father played for the team is a nice consolation.
5. FC Dallas- CORBEN BONE, M, Wake Forest
Could deal this pick, but if it doesn't, FC Dallas should grab the hometown kid with bags of skill.
6. FC Dallas- ZACH LOYD, M, North Carolina
Schellas Hyndman will gladly add the versatile Loyd, who can play central defense and right back when he's not in his preferred defensive midfield role.
7. D.C. United- AMOBI OKUGO, M, UCLA
I can see them grabbing Jack McInerney early, but ultimately go for a midfielder with MAJOR upside.
8. Columbus Crew- DILLY DUKA, M, Rutgers
The Crew need depth up front, but can address that on the international market. They go for a skillfull central midfielder who has serious potential.
9. New England Revolution- TONI STAHL, M, UConn
The Revs could go with a forward, but the ones left had awful combines. Steve Nicol goes with a familiar player in Stahl, who could slide into a defensive midfield role vacated by Jeff Larentowicz (If he heads to Europe).
10. Chivas USA- BLAIR GAVIN, M, Akron
Martin Vasquez had to love watching Gavin's ability to keep the ball moving and serving as a fluid conduit between the defense and attack. he's still young, but very promising.
11. Seattle Sounders- JACK McINERNEY, F, U.S. Under-17
Didn't have the best Combine, but what he showed scouts was a willingness to go after people and a confidence you need at his age in order to cope with the pro level.
12. Columbus Crew- ANDREW WIEDEMAN, F, California
The Crew can't pass on the sliding Wiedeman, bad combine and all. He's a goal scorer when he receives service, something that shouldn't be a problem with Columbus.
13. Chicago Fire- ANDRE AKPAN, F, Harvard
The Fire can use depth at forward and Akpan provides that. he didn't have the best Combine, but is a highly-regarded prospect who could learn a lot from Brian McBride.
14. New York Red Bulls- KWAME WATSON-SIRIBOE, D, UConn
After passing on Ike Opara, the Red Bulls will be happy as can be if they can land the draft's second best central defender. Watson suffered a skull fracture at the Combine, but as long as it isn't too serious, he should be taken here (if not sooner).
15. Los Angeles Galaxy- AUSTIN DA LUZ, F, Wake Forest
You can never have too many skilled players and the Galaxy will find it hard to pass on this midfield ace, who is capable of playing wide left or centrally.
16. Real Salt Lake- ZACK SCHILAWSKI, F, Wake Forest
RSL can use some forward depth after the departure of Yura Movsisyan and Jason Kreis will be happy to find a player who is as high as the third-ranked forward on some team's boards still sitting at 16. Schilawski moves well, can go at people and has the traits to provide some depth on the right flank as well.
17. Philadelphia Union- MICHAEL STEPHENS, M, UCLA
Showed he can contribute on the wing as well as in the middle. Might even wind up in the first round.
18. New York Red Bulls- CHRIS SCHULER, D, Creighton
Another big and confident centerback for the Red Bulls, Schuler quietly impressed at the Combine and his 6-foot-4, 200 pound frame should help New York's awful back-line.
19. San Jose Earthquakes- COLLEN WARNER, M, Portland
One of the draft's true sleepers, Warner comes from a small school but has impressive skill and can play on the right wing or centrally.
20. Kansas City Wizards- DREW YATES, M, Maryland
Was already a good prospect before the Combine, but his strong showing at the Combine pushes him into the Top 20. He can play wide or centrally, but ultimately he can pass well and move well, which will be all Peter Vermes will ask.
21. FC Dallas- OFORI SARKODIE, D, Indiana
Sarkodie didn't have a great Combine, but his resume is impressive and his maturity is tangible. He doesn't give you too much going forward, but defensively he can get it done and can play at either fullback position.
22. Colorado Rapids- KYLE NAKAZAWA, M, UCLA
The Rapids can use some creativity in central midfield and Nakazawa can provide that, mediocre Combine notwithstanding.
23. Colorado Rapids-NICK CARDENAS, D, San Diego State
Cardenas looked slow at times at the Combine, but he's dominant in the air and Colorado native.
24. Toronto FC- JULIEN EDWARDS, D, Drake
TFC is trying desperately to make a deal or two to free up American slots and salary cap space, but if Mo Johnston can't make any deals, he can settle for Edwards, a Canadian defender who didn't do badly at the Combine.
25. New England Revolution- KWAKU NYAMEKYE, D, Harvard
The Revs can bolster their defense with a local product in Nyamekye, a converted forward who was very impressive at the Combine in central defense.
26. Chivas USA- IRVING GARCIA, M, UC-Irvine
Somebody will take a chance on Garcia, a speedy and supremely-skilled midfielder, and we think it will be Martin Vasquez who will look past Garcia's 5-foot-5 height and see a promising talent.
27. Seattle Sounders- DAVID ESTRADA, F, UCLA
The Sounders continue looking for some depth at forward and grab Estrada, a
28. San Jose Earthquakes- JUSTIN MORROW, D, Notre Dame
Blazing fast left back was arguably best fullback at the Combine. Some team could easily nab him sooner, but he won't get past San Jose here.
29. Chicago Fire- SEAN JOHNSON, GK, Central Florida
The Fire add a blue-chip prospect in Johnson, who has the tools to eventually be molded into something special.
30. San Jose Earthquakes- ERIC ALEXANDER, M, Indiana
The Earthquakes addressed their defense with Opara, and find a talented central midfielder in Alexander, who enjoyed a solid Combine.
31.New York Red Bulls- MIKE SEAMON, M, Villanova
The Red Bulls lost fan favorite and promising midfielder Nick Zimmerman to the expansion draft, so it wouldn't be a stretch for the club to grab a player who's game is similar to Zimmerman's in Seamon, one of the Combine's pleasant surprises.
32.Real Salt Lake- BRIAN PERK, GK, UCLA
RSL needs a back-up keeper and takes the most polished goalkeeper in the draft pool.
33. Philadelphia- Andrew Hoxie, Forward, William & Mary
34. New York Red Bulls- Ross LaBauex, Midfielder, Virginia
35. Chivas USA- Phil Edgington, Defender, Louisville
36. Kansas City- Jovan Bubonja, Goalkeeper, Illinois-Chicago
37. San Jose- Two-Boys Gumede, Midfielder, Alabama-Birmingham
38. FC Dallas- Martin Hadevag, Defender, UCSB
39. D.C. United- Zachary Herold, Defender, U.S. Under-17
40. Colorado- Othaniel Yanez, Midfielder, Louisville
41. Kansas City- Chad Borak, Defender, Cal-State Northridge
42. Chivas USA- Steven Kinney, Defender, Elon
43. Houston- Tim Ream, Defender, St. Louis
44. Dallas- Isaac Kissi, Forward/Midfielder, Dayton
45. Chicago- Barry Rice, Defender, Kentucky
46. Houston- Joseph Noone, Midfielder, Temple
47. Chivas USA- Ryan Peterman, Defender, U. of San Diego
48. New York Red Bulls- Conor O'Brien, Midfielder, Bucknell
What do you think of these rankings? Like the players your team ended up with? Who would you want your team to take in this draft?
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