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Watch: 2019 MLS SuperDraft, all selections in first two rounds

The 2019 Major League Soccer SuperDraft began at 1 p.m. ET at McCormick Place in Chicago. A total of 206 players were eligible for selection in the draft. Expansion side FC Cincinnati used its No. 1 overall pick to select UCLA midfielder Frankie Amaya.

Watch the first two rounds live in the video above. Below are all the draft selections in the first two rounds of the draft. The third and fourth rounds will take place via conference call Monday.

Round 1

1. FC Cincinnati – Frankie Amaya (UCLA)
2. San Jose Earthquakes – Siad Haji (Virginia Commonwealth)
3. Orlando City SC – Santiago Patino (FIU)
4. FC Dallas (trade from Colorado) – Callum Montgomery (UNC-Charlotte)
5. Colorado Rapids (trade from Chicago Fire*) Andre Shinyashiki (Denver)
6. Toronto FC – Griffin Dorsey (Indiana)
7. Minnesota United FC – Dayne St. Clair (Maryland)
8. Houston Dynamo – Sam Junqua (Cal)
9. New England Revolution – Tajon Buchanan (Syracuse)
10. FC Dallas (trade from Montreal Impact)John Nelson (UNC-Chapel Hill)
11. New England Revolution (trade from Vancouver) – Dejuan Jones (Michigan)
12. New York City FC (trade from LA Galaxy*) – Luis Barraza (Marquette)
13. FC Cincinnati (trade from Philadelphia) – Logan Gdula (Wake Forest)
14. D.C. United – Akeem Ward (Creighton)
15. Minnesota United (trade from Chicago*) – Chase Gasper (Maryland)
16. New York Red Bulls (trade from Cincinnati*) – Roy Boateng (UC-Davis)
17. Real Salt Lake – Sam Brown (Harvard)
18. Columbus Crew SC – JJ Williams (Kentucky)
19. LA Galaxy* – Emil Cuello (SMU)
20. Seattle Sounders FC – Tucker Bone (Air Force)
21. Sporting Kansas City – Kamar Marriott (FGCU)
22. New York Red Bulls – Janos Loebe (Fordham)
23. Portland Timbers – Ryan Sierakowski (Michigan State)
24. Atlanta United FC – Anderson Asiedu (UCLA)

Round 2

25. New York Red Bulls (trade from Cincinnati*) – Sean Nealis (Hofstra)
26.  San Jose Earthquakes – Sergio Rivas (Seattle)
27. Orlando City SC – Kamal Miller (Syracuse)
28. Colorado Rapids – Marcello Borges (Michigan)
29. FC Cincinnati (trade from Philadelphia) – Tommy McCabe (Notre Dame)
30. FC Cincinnati (trade from Toronto FC) – Jimmy Hague (Michigan State)
31. Minnesota United FC – Hassani Dotson (Oregon State)
32. New York Red Bulls (trade from Chicago Fire) – Rece Buckmaster (Indiana)
33. Houston Dynamo (trade from DC United*) – Andrew Samuels (Maryland)
34. Montreal Impact – Amar Sejdic (Maryland)
35. Vancouver Whitecaps FC – Brendan McDonough Georgetown)
36. LA Galaxy – Don Tchilao (Oregon State)
37. FC Cincinnati (trade from Philadelphia Union) – Ben Lundt (Akron)
38. Orlando City SC (trade from D.C. United) Tommy Madden (UNC-Charlotte)
39. Toronto FC (trade from Colorado Rapids) Adam Wilson (Louisville)
40. Los Angeles FC – Peter-Lee Vassell (Harbor View FC)
41. Real Salt Lake – Kyle Coffee (Washington)
42. Colorado Rapids (trade from Columbus Crew) – Jacob Hauser-Ramsey (Connecticut)
43. New York City FC – Abdi Mohamed (Akron)
44. Seattle Sounders FC – Joel Rydstrand (Creighton)
45. Sporting Kansas City – Camden Riley (Pacific)
46. San Jose Earthquakes (trade from New York Red Bulls) – Mamadi Camara (Simon Fraser)
47. Portland Timbers – Lennart Hein (Saint Louis)
48. Atlanta United FC – Amir Bashti (Stanford)

*Chicago Fire traded the No. 5 pick to the Colorado Rapids for the No. 15 overall pick and $100,000 allocation money. Chicago then traded the N. 15 pick to Minnesota United for $50,000 GAM.

*LA Galaxy trade No. 12 pick to NYCFC for 19th overall pick and $70,000 GAM

*FC Cincinnati traded the No. 16 and No. 25 overall picks to the New York Red Bulls for $100,000 allocation money.

*New England gave the 2019 33rd overall pick and 2020 natural 3rd & 4th Round picks to DC United in exchange for a 2020 natural 2nd Round pick. DC United then gave the 2019 No. 33 pick to the Houston Dynamo in exchange for a player to be named later.




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