2019 MLS SuperDraft: 61 Former USL League Two Players Drafted
CHICAGO, Ill. - Major League Soccer held the 2019 MLS SuperDraft and 61 selections were players that previously resided in USL League Two.
Among the players drafted in the first round were Siad Haji of Portland Timbers U23 (2nd overall), Seattle Sounders U23 Santiago Patino (3rd overall), Victoria Highlanders Callum Montgomery (4th overall) and Portland Timbers U23 Sam Brown (17th overall).
Eight of the first 10 selections in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft included players that previously played in League Two, while 22 of the 24 first round picks were from League Two.
Meanwhile, the first 10 selections of the second round all included players with USL League Two experience. Former Westchester Flames defender Sean Neallis was selected 25th overall by the New York Red Bulls, while Sergio Rivas and Kamal Miller were chosen soon after in Round 2.
Below, we recap the first round of 2019 MLS SuperDraft action.