Rounds one and two of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft will be held on Friday in Chicago, giving clubs an opportunity to add to their player pools with some of the top collegiate players in North America.
The draft will be streamed live at 10 a.m. PT in the window above.
MLSsoccer.com's team of Andrew Wiebe, Bobby Warshaw and David Gass will be joined in the studio in New York by ESPN's Taylor Twellman, while Calen Carr, Sam Stejskal and Susannah Collins will be on-site in Chicago, bringing you all of the action.
This will be Vancouver’s first MLS SuperDraft under new head coach Marc Dos Santos. As it stands, the 'Caps have just one pick in the first two rounds, at 35th overall.
Jake Nerwinski, who was selected seventh overall in 2017, is Vancouver's lone SuperDraft selection on the current roster, though goalkeeper Zac MacMath (Philadelphia’s fifth overall pick in 2011) and midfielder Andy Rose (Real Salt Lake’s 44th overall pick in 2012) also came through the draft.
This year’s draft class features no shortage of Canadian content, with six Canadians participating in this week’s 2019 adidas MLS Player Combine in Florida.
Rounds three and four of the draft will be held via conference call at a later date.
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