1999 MLS Supplemental Draft

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The 1999 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft took place at the Fort Lauderdale Airport Hilton on the afternoon of Sunday, February 7. The second and third rounds of the 1999 MLS College Draft had taken place at the hotel earlier that morning. This supplemental draft was notable for the number of teams which passed in the second and third rounds. Consequently in 2000, MLS merged the college and supplemental draft into the 2000 MLS SuperDraft.

Round 1[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
1 Los Angeles Galaxy[R1 trade 1] Gabe Eastman D Nashville Metros, Modesto Junior College
2 Kansas City Wizards Brandon Prideaux D Seattle Sounders, University of Washington
3 San Jose Clash Adam Frye D Tampa Bay Mutiny, UCLA
4 MetroStars[R1 trade 2] Petter Villegas M New Jersey Stallions, Kean University
5 Miami Fusion Dusty Hudock GK Seattle Sounders, University of Washington
6 Dallas Burn Kirk Wilson M El Paso Patriots, Drake University
7 Colorado Rapids[R1 trade 3] Kevin Anderson M Minnesota Thunder, Southern Connecticut State University
8 Colorado Rapids Darren Sawatzky F Hershey Wildcats, University of Portland
9 Columbus Crew Michael Butler F Western Mass Pioneers, UMass Minutemen
10 Los Angeles Galaxy Orlando Perez D Orange County Zodiac
11 San Jose Clash[R1 trade 4] Maxi Viera M Detroit Rockers
12 Chicago Fire Tomasz Wygonik D Central Jersey Riptide

Round 1 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #1: New England Revolution → Los Angeles Galaxy. 5 January 1999: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this first-round selection and a second-round selection in the 1999 MLS College Draft from New England Revolution in exchange for defender Dan Calichman.[ref 1]
  2. ^ #4: Tampa Bay Mutiny → D.C. United → MetroStars. 7 February 1999: MetroStars acquired this first-round pick from D.C. United in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2000 Supplemental Draft. The 2000 draft pick was converted to a fourth-round selection in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft when the Supplemental Draft was abolished.[ref 2] On 19 January 1999, D.C. has acquired this first-round pick and a third-round selection (#28) in the 1999 MLS College Draft from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for goalkeeper Scott Garlick.[ref 3]
  3. ^ #7: MetroStars → Colorado Rapids. 8 March 1998: Colorado Rapids acquired this first-round pick from MetroStars in exchange for forward Steve Rammel.[ref 4]
  4. ^ #11: D.C. United → San Jose Clash. 28 January 1999: San Jose Clash acquired this first-round pick and a second-round selection in the 1999 MLS College Draft from D.C. United in exchange for financial considerations.[ref 3]

Round 2[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
13 New England Revolution Chris Fox D Richmond Kickers, Brown University
14 Kansas City Wizards Ryan Turner M University of Notre Dame
15 San Jose Clash Carlos Farias F San Diego Flash
16 Tampa Bay Mutiny PASS
17 Miami Fusion Juan Ramos D Jacksonville Cyclones, Nova Southeastern University
18 Dallas Burn Gabe Jones F Austin Lone Stars, St. Edward's University
19 Miami Fusion[R2 trade 1] PASS
20 Colorado Rapids David Winner GK Miami Fusion, University of Tampa
21 Columbus Crew John DeBrito M Kansas City Wizards, Southern Connecticut State University
22 Los Angeles Galaxy John Jones M Nashville Metros, Sacramento State
23 Dallas Burn[R2 trade 2] PASS
24 Chicago Fire PASS

Round 2 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #19: MetroStars → Miami Fusion. 1 February 1998: Miami Fusion acquired this second-round selection from MetroStars in exchange for a second-round pick (#14) in the 1998 MLS Supplemental Draft.[ref 5]
  2. ^ #23: D.C. United → Dallas Burn. 18 January 1999: Dallas Burn acquired this second-round selection and a third-round pick (#35) in the 1999 MLS College Draft from D.C. United in exchange for defender Brian Bates.[ref 6]

Round 3[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
25 New England Revolution PASS
26 Kansas City Wizards PASS
27 San Jose Clash Anthony Farace F San Diego Flash
28 Tampa Bay Mutiny PASS
29 Miami Fusion PASS
30 Dallas Burn PASS
31 MetroStars Nansha Kalonji D Central Jersey Riptide, Ramapo College
32 Colorado Rapids Tim Martin D San Jose Clash, Fresno State
33 Columbus Crew Craig Yacks M Cincinnati Riverhawks, Yale University
34 Miami Fusion[R3 trade 1] PASS
35 D.C. United PASS
36 Chicago Fire PASS

Round 3 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #34: Los Angeles Galaxy → Miami Fusion. 1 February 1998: Miami Fusion acquired this third-round selection from Los Angeles Galaxy in exchange for a third-round pick (#26) in the 1998 MLS Supplemental Draft.[ref 5]

Unresolved 1999 Supplemental Draft trades[edit]

  • 4 February 1998: D.C. United traded Raul Diaz Arce and third round pick in 1999 college draft to New England Revolution for first round pick in 1999 supplemental draft, and first round and second round picks in 1999 college draft.[ref 3]


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "New England Revolution Dates of Note". New England Revolution. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Transactions - February 8, 1999". New York Times. 8 February 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c "D.C. United All-Time Player Transactions". D.C. United. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  4. ^ "SOCCER: ROUNDUP -- METROSTARS; Colorado Deals Rammel for Pick". New York Times. 8 March 1998. Retrieved 27 November 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "MLS: Complete 1998 Supplemental Draft Results". Soccer America. 1 February 1998. Retrieved 27 November 2014. 
  6. ^ "MLS: D.C. United Acquires Brian Bates from Dallas". Soccer America. 18 January 1999. Retrieved 27 November 2014.