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MLS SuperDraft 2016 Wrap-Up: Who Picked Who?

Chivas USA forward Erick Cubo Torres (L) and New York Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill (R) look on as New York City Football Club (NYCFC) forward David Villa autographs on the new Major League Soccer (MLS) logo during an unveiling event in New York on September 18, 2014. MLS unveiled the new logo ahead of its 20th season. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad September 18, 2014| Credit: JEWEL SAMAD

The 2016 MLS SuperDraft has finally concluded and all of the picks (and late-round passes) are finally in. Only one trade took place on the second day of the SuperDraft, with most of the action taking place on the first day last week in Baltimore. Here’s the list of selections and passes.

Round 1
1 1 overall
Chicago Fire
Jack Harrison
Midfielder – Wake Forest

2 2 overall
Philadelphia Union
Joshua Yaro
Defender – Georgetown
Philadelphia acquired the pick from Colorado via a trade on 01/14/16

3 3 overall
Philadelphia Union
Keegan Rosenberry
Defender – Georgetown

4 4 overall
Brandon Vincent
Defender – Stanford
Chicago acquired the pick from NYCFC via a trade on 01/14/16

5 5 overall
Real Salt Lake
Omar Holness
Midfielder – North Carolina

6 6 overall
Philadelphia Union
Fabian Herbers
Midfielder – Creighton
Philadelphia acquired the pick from Houston via a trade on 12/07/15

7 7 overall
Orlando City
Richie Laryea
Midfielder – Akron

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8 8 overall
San Jose Earthquakes
Andrew Tarbell
Goalkeeper – Clemson

9 9 overall
Toronto FC
Tsubasa Endoh
Midfielder – Maryland

10 10 overall
New England Revolution
Jordan McCrary
Defender – North Carolina

11 11 overall
D.C. United
Julian Buescher
Defender – Syracuse
D.C. United acquired the pick from Sporting KC via a trade on 01/14/16

12 12 overall
Chicago Fire
Jonathan Campbell
Defender – North Carolina
Chicago acquired the pick from Colorado via a trade on 01/14/16
Colorado acquired the pick from LA Galaxy via a trade on 01/14/16

13 13 overall
Orlandio City
Hadji Barry
Midfielder/Forward – Univ. of Central Florida
Orlando acquired the pick from D.C. United via a trade on 01/14/16

14 14 overall
Montreal Impact
Kyle Fisher
Defender – Clemson

15 15 overall
Colorado Rapids
Emmanuel Appiah
Midfielder – Cincinnati
Colorado acquired the pick from Chicago via a trade on 01/14/16
Chicago acquired the pick from Seattle via a trade on 01/14/16

16 16 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Cole Seiler
Defender – Georgetown

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17 17 overall
FC Dallas
Ryan Herman
Goalkeeper – Univ. of Washington

18 18 overall
New York Red Bulls
Justin Bilyeu
Defender – Southern Illinois Univ. Edwardsville

19 19 overall
Columbus Crew SC
Rodrigo Saravia
Midfielder – Florida Gulf Coast Univ.

20 20 overall
Portland Timbers
Ben Polk
Forward – Syracuse

Round 2
1 21 overall
Columbus Crew SC
Midfielder – Cal Poly
Columbus acquired Orlando’s highest Round 2 pick via a trade on 08/06/15
Orlando acquired the pick from Chicago via a trade on 12/10/14

2 22 overall
Chicago Fire
Alex Morrell
Forward – Univ. of North Florida

3 23 overall
Philadelphia Union
Taylor Washington
Defender – George Mason Univ.

4 24 overall
Montreal Impact
Michael Salazar
Forward – UC Riverside
Montreal acquired the pick from NYCFC via a trade on 06/12/14

5 25 overall
Real Salt Lake
Max Lachowecki
Defender – Notre Dame

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6 26 overall
Houston Dynamo
Ivan Magalhaes
Defender – Maryland

7 27 overall
Seattle Sounders FC
Tony Alfaro
Defender – Cal State Univ., Dominguez Hills
Seattle acquires Toronto FC’s highest Round 2 pick via a trade on 01/26/15
Toronto FC acquired Philadelphia’s lowest Round 2 pick via a trade on 08/07/15
Philadelphia acquired the pick from Orlando via a trade on 12/08/14

8 28 overall
San Jose Earthquakes
Patrick Hodan
Midfielder – Notre Dame

9 29 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Christopher Hellmann
Forward – Lynn University
Vancouver acquired Toronto FC’s second highest Round 2 pick via a trade on 12/18/15

10 30 overall
New England Revolution
Michael Gamble
Forward – Wake Forest

11 31 overall
Columbus Crew SC
Kyle Parker
Forward – UNC Charlotte
Columbus acquired the pick from Sporting KC via a trade on 12/16/13

12 32 overall
Orlando City
Paul Clowes
Midfielder – Clemson
Orlando acquired the pick from LA Galaxy via a trade 07/30/15

13 33 overall
FC Dallas
Timo Pitter
Midfielder/Forward – Creighton
FC Dallas acquired the pick from Colorado via a trade on 01/14/16
Colorado acquired the pick from Chicago via a trade on 01/14/16
Chicago Fire acquired the pick from D.C. United via a trade on 01/06/16

14 34 overall
Montreal Impact
Eric Verso
Midfielder – Stanford

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15 35 overall
Seattle Sounders FC
Zach Mathers
Midfielder – Duke

16 36 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Thomas Sanner
Forward – Princeton

17 37 overall
Colorado Rapids
Dennis Castillo
Defender – VCU
Colorado acquired the pick from FC Dallas via a trade on 01/14/16

18 38 overall
New York Red Bulls
Zach Carroll
Defender – Michigan State

19 39 overall
Montreal Impact
Keegan Smith
Forward – Univ. of San Diego
Montreal acquired the pick from Columbus via a trade on 08/04/15

20 40 overall
Portland Timbers
Neco Brett
Forward – Robert Morris Univ.

21 41 overall
Columbus Crew SC
Marshall Hollingsworth
Forward – Wheaton College
Columbus acquired the pick from Chivas USA via a trade on 05/08/14

Round 3
1 42 overall
LA Galaxy
Josh Turnley
Defender – Georgetown
LA Galaxy acquired the pick from Chicago via a trade on 03/03/14

2 43 overall
Colorado Rapids
Chris Frouchauer
Goalkeeper – Ohio State

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3 44 overall
Philadelphia Union
Mitchell Lurie
Defender – Rutgers

4 45 overall
FC Dallas
Colin Bonner
Forward – North Carolina
FC Dallas acquired NYCFC’s highest Round 3 pick via a trade on 07/29/14

5 46 overall
Real Salt Lake
Amass Amankona
Midfielder/Forward – Univ. of Dayton

6 47 overall
Houston Dynamo
Robert Casner
Forward/Midfielder – Clemson

7 48 overall
Orlando City
Antonio Matarazzo
Midfielder – Columbia Univ.

8 49 overall
San Jose Earthquakes
Kip Colvey
Defender – Cal Poly

9 50 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
James Moberg
Midfielder – Univ. of Washington
Vancouver acquired the pick from Toronto FC (February 2013)

10 51 overall
New England Revolution
Femi Hollinger-Janzen
Forward – Indiana

11 52 overall
Sporting Kansas City
Ryan James
Midfielder – Bowling Green

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12 53 overall
LA Galaxy
Passed

13 54 overall
Seattle Sounders FC
Emir Alihodzic
Midfielder – Univ. of Nebraska – Omaha
Seattle acquired the pick from D.C. United via a trade on 03/04/14

14 55 overall
Montreal Impact
Brendan Hines-Ike
Defender – Univ. of South Florida

15 56 overall
Colorado RapidsJavan Torre
Defender – UCLA
Colorado acquired the pick from Toronto FC via a trade on 01/18/16
Toronto FC acquired the pick from Seattle

16 57 overall
Chicago Fire
Vincent Keller
Defender/Midfielder – Creighton
Chicago acquired the pick from NY Red Bulls via a trade on 01/20/15
NY York Red Bulls acquired the pick from Vancouver

17 58 overall
Colorado Rapids
Bradley Kamdem
Defender – UNLV
Colorado acquired the pick from FC Dallas via a trade on 01/14/16

18 59 overall
Toronto FC
Mitchell Taintor
Midfielder – Rutgers
Toronto FC acquired the pick from NY Red Bulls via a trade on 12/13/13

19 60 overall
Columbus Crew SC
Vince Cicciarelli
Forward – Saint Louis Univ.

20 61 overall
Portland Timbers
Wade Hamilton
Goalkeeper – Cal Poly

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Round 4
1 62 overall
Chicago Fire
Vincent Mitchell
Midfielder – Butler

2 63 overall
Colorado Rapids
John Manga
Forward – Univ. of Cincinnati

3 64 overall
Philadelphia Union
Cole Missimo
Midfielder – Northwestern

4 65 overall
Real Salt Lake
Connor Sparrow
Goalkeeper – Creighton
Real Salt Lake acquired the pick from NYCFC via a trade on 08/11/14

5 66 overall
Real Salt Lake
Passed

6 67 overall
D.C. United
Liam Doyle
Defender – Ohio State
D.C. United acquired the pick from Houston via a trade on 12/08/14

7 68 overall
Orlando City
Tobenna Uzo
Forward – Costal Carolina Univ.

8 69 overall
San Jose Earthquakes
Tyler Thompson
Midfielder – Stanford

9 70 overall
Toronto FC
Darius Madison
Forward – UMBC

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10 71 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Darius Madison
Forward – UMBC
Vancouver acquired the pick from New England via a trade on 02/26/14

11 72 overall
Sporting Kansas City
Faic Hajderovic
Midfielder – Saint Louis Univ.

12 73 overall
LA Galaxy
Excluded due to Round 3 pass

13 74 overall
D.C. United
Passed

14 75 overall
Montreal Impact
Passed

15 76 overall
Seattle Sounders FC
Michael Nelson
Defender – Old Dominion Univ.

16 77 overall
Vancouver Whitecaps FC
Tyler David
Defender – Saint Louis Univ.

17 78 overall
FC Dallas
Jacob Speed
Defender – SMU

18 79 overall
D.C. United
D.C United excluded due to earlier Round 4 pass
D.C. United acquired NY Red Bull’s Round 4 pick via a trade (Kemar Lawrence discovery claim).

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19 80 overall
Toronto FC
Brian James
Midfielder – Penn State
Toronto FC acquired Columbus’ highest Round 4 pick via a trade (July 2014)

20 81 overall
Portland Timbers
Trevor Morley
Defender – California State Univ., Northridge

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