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Jan
20
2015

14 #ACC Soccer Players Drafted on Tuesday to the #MLS

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Five More ACC Players Drafted on Tuesday

League leads with 14 selected overall

GREENSBORO, NC. – Five Atlantic Coast Conference men’s soccer players were chosen in the third and fourth rounds of the Major League Soccer SuperDraft, which were held by conference call on Tuesday afternoon.

North Carolina’s Andy Craven was the highest ACC player taken on the second day of the draft, going with the 48th pick overall to the to the Seattle Sounders. Syracuse’s Jordan Murrell was selected with the 57th pick by Real Salt Lake, while Los Angeles Galaxy chose Louisville’s Daniel Keller with the 62nd pick.

The New York Red Bulls claimed Clemson’s Manolo Sanchez with the 79th pick, and North Carolina’s Tyler Engel is headed to Toronto FC after being selected with the 81st pick.

Fourteen ACC players were selected in the entire MLS SuperDraft, the most from any conference and the fourth most in league history. The first two rounds were held on Jan. 15 in Philadelphia, Pa.

For the full draft results from MLS, visit: http://theacc.co/1J9mceT.

2015 MLS SuperDraft
First Round (Jan. 15)
Portland Timbers (5) Nick Besler, Notre Dame
Toronto FC (6) Alex Bono*, Syracuse
Toronto FC (9) Clément Simonin, NC State
Toronto FC (11) Skylar Thomas, Syracuse
Sporting Kansas City (20) Amadou Dia, Clemson
Second Round (Jan. 15)
Orlando City SC (22) Conor Donovan*, NC State
Real Salt Lake (27) Boyd Okwuonu, North Carolina
Houston Dynamo (36) Rob Lovejoy, North Carolina
Philadelphia Union (41) Eric Bird , Virginia
Third Round (Jan. 20)
Seattle Sounders FC (48) Andy Craven, North Carolina
Real Salt Lake (57) Jordan Murrell, Syracuse
Los Angeles Galaxy (62) Daniel Keller, Louisville
Fourth Round (Jan. 20)
New York Red Bulls (79) Manolo Sanchez, Clemson
Toronto FC (81) Tyler Engel, North Carolina

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