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Category Archives: MLS Draft 2011
With the 2011 MLS Draft and Supplemental Draft now in the rearview mirror, it's time to take a closer look at the teams who did the best job of stockpiling talent. No, we won't know for sure who the … Continue reading
The MLS Supplemental Draft doesn't have the hype or get the attention of the MLS "Super" Draft but there were still good values to be had during Tuesday's draft. The Vancouver Whitecaps began proceedings by taking UCSB centerback Michael Boxall … Continue reading
If the 2011 MLS Draft wasn't enough of an event for you to get your off-season fix, then today's MLS Supplemental Draft should offer an appetizer for those who love seeing their teams add new faces. There is some talent … Continue reading
The 2011 MLS Draft has come and gone and as great a day as it was for many teams, the whirlwind of transactions might have been a bit overwhelming for folks to keep up with. Here is a quick … Continue reading
The Seattle Sounders didn't wind up having a first-round pick when the MLS Draft concluded on Thursday, but the club's wheeling and dealing left the team as one of the draft's winners when all was said and done in … Continue reading
When the Chicago Fire entered the 2011 MLS Draft, the hope was that the rebuilding club would be able to find defensive help to make up for the losses of Wilman Conde and C.J. Brown. The club's wishes were … Continue reading
The Portland Timbers bolstered their offense on draft day with Akron forward Darlington Nagbe.
The Houston Dynamo were the big winners on draft day taking Kofi Sarkodie and trading up to get Will Bruin.
Faryd Mondragon, the Colombian goalkeeper is reportedly a done deal to Philadelphia. That’s why it surprised some that the Union took Generation Adidas and Maryland goalkeeper Zac MacMath with the fifth overall pick. But, Mondragon is 40 years old in 2011 and MacMath is one of the better goalkeeping prospects to come out of school in some time.
Erik Soler and the Red Bulls said before the draft the team would concentrate on defense. But, New York threw a change-up when Corey Hertzog fell to them at the thirteenth pick. The speedy Penn State forward will supply needed quality depth behind Thierry Henry or could play out wide.