2000 MLS SuperDraft

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2000 MLS SuperDraft
Date(s) February 6, 2000
Location Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Picks
First selection Steve Shak, MetroStars
Overall selections 72

The 2000 Major League Soccer SuperDraft was held on February 6, 2000 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Player Selection[edit]

Any player whose name is marked with an * was contracted under the Project-40 program.

Round 1[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
1 MetroStars Steve Shak D UCLA
2 Kansas City Wizards *Nick Garcia D Indiana University
3 Colorado Rapids[R1 trade 1] Adin Brown GK College of William & Mary
4 Chicago Fire[R1 trade 2] *Carlos Bocanegra D UCLA
5 Dallas Burn[R1 trade 3] Aleksey Korol F Indiana University
6 Los Angeles Galaxy[R1 trade 4] *Danny Califf D University of Maryland
7 Colorado Rapids Wes Hart M University of Washington
8 San Jose Earthquakes[R1 trade 5] Travis Mulraine M Joe Public F.C.
9 Kansas City Wizards[R1 trade 6] John Wilson M Charleston Battery (A-League)
10 Colorado Rapids[R1 trade 7] Alan Woods D Clemson University
11 Los Angeles Galaxy Sasha Victorine M UCLA
12 D.C. United *Bobby Convey M Project-40

Round 1 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #3: New England Revolution → D.C. United → Miami Fusion → Columbus Crew → Dallas Burn → Colorado Rapids. 6 February 2000: Colorado Rapids acquired this first-round pick from Dallas Burn in exchange for the #5 pick in the 2000 SuperDraft and a first-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 1] Earlier the same day, Dallas had acquired this first-round pick from Columbus Crew in exchange for forward Dante Washington.[ref 2] 3 January 2000: Columbus had acquired this first-round pick from Miami Fusion in exchange for midfielder Andy Williams.[ref 3] 17 July 1999: Miami had acquired this first-round pick, defender Brian Kamler, and forward Roy Lassiter (originally "future considerations" from D.C. United in exchange for forward Chris Albright and midfielder John Maessner.[ref 4][ref 5] 2 February 1999: D.C. had acquired this first-round pick and a second-round pick in the 2000 SuperDraft from New England Revolution in exchange for midfielder John Harkes.[ref 4]
  2. ^ #4: San Jose Earthquakes → Chicago Fire. 29 June 1999: Chicago Fire acquired this first-round selection and a sixth-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft, originally a third-round selection in the canceled 2000 MLS Supplemental Draft, from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for midfielder Ryan Tinsley.[ref 6]
  3. ^ #5: Miami Fusion → D.C. United → Colorado Rapids → Dallas Burn. 6 February 2000: Dallas Burn acquired this first-round pick and a first-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from Colorado Rapids in exchange for the #3 pick in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 1] 7 February 1999: Colorado had acquired this first-round pick from D.C. United in exchange for midfielder Antonio Otero.[ref 7] 5 December 1998: D.C. had acquired this first-round pick and a second-round selection in the 1999 MLS College Draft from Miami Fusion in exchange for midfielder Mario Gori and a second-round pick in the 1999 MLS College Draft.[ref 4]
  4. ^ #6: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Chicago Fire → Los Angeles Galaxy. 6 February 2000: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this first-round pick and a first-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for midfielder DaMarcus Beasley.[ref 8] On 6 May 1999, Chicago had acquired this first-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for midfielder Josh Keller.[ref 9]
  5. '^ #8: Pick originally belonged to Chicago Fire. → San Jose Earthquakes.
  6. ^ #9: Columbus Crew → Miami Fusion → Kansas City Wizards. 7 February 1999: Kansas City Wizards acquired this first-round pick and a first-round pick (#5) in the 1999 MLS College Draft from Miami Fusion in exchange for a first-round selection (#2) in the 1999 MLS College Draft. Earlier the same day, Miami had acquired this pick from Columbus Crew in exchange for a second-round pick (#18) in the 1999 MLS College Draft and defender Matt Kmosko.[ref 10]
  7. ^ #10: Dallas Burn → New England Revolution → Colorado Rapids. 6 February 2000: Colorado Rapids acquired this first-round pick and a third-round selection (#26) in the 2000 SuperDraft from New England Revolution in exchange for a third-round selection (#31) in the 2000 SuperDraft and forward Wolde Harris.[ref 11] On 13 August 1999, New England had acquired this first-round pick, originally "future considerations", and midfielder Leonel Álvarez from Dallas Burn in exchange for forward Ariel Graziani.[ref 11]

Round 2[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
13 D.C. United[R2 trade 1] Stephen Armstrong M Butler University
14 New England Revolution[R2 trade 2] *Rusty Pierce D UNC-Greensboro
15 Kansas City Wizards[R2 trade 3] Peter Byaruhanga F University of Alabama at Birmingham
16 San Jose Earthquakes Justin Evans M Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League)
17 Miami Fusion Martín Machón M Santos (Mexico)
18 San Jose Earthquakes[R2 trade 4] Joseph Ragusa D Long Island Rough Riders (A-League)
19 D.C. United[R2 trade 5] Eric Denton D Santa Clara University
20 Colorado Rapids[R2 trade 6] Keyeno Thomas M Joe Public F.C.
21 Columbus Crew Roland Aguilera M Tahuichi Academy
22 Dallas Burn Antonio Martínez M Cal State-Fullerton
23 Los Angeles Galaxy Peter Vagenas M UCLA
24 San Jose Earthquakes[R2 trade 7] Adrian Narine F Joe Public F.C.

Round 2 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #13: MetroStars → New England Revolution → D.C. United. 2 February 1999: D.C. United acquired this second-round pick and a first-round pick in the 2000 SuperDraft from New England Revolution in exchange for midfielder John Harkes.[ref 4] On 20 January 1999, New England had acquired this second-round pick and forward Giovanni Savarese from MetroStars in exchange for forward Raúl Díaz Arce.[ref 11]
  2. ^ #14: Kansas City Wizards → New England Revolution. 2 January 2000: New England Revolution acquired this second-round pick and third-round and fourth-round picks in the 2000 SuperDraft from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft and midfielder Jeff Baicher.[ref 11]
  3. ^ #15: Pick originally belonged to New England Revolution. → Colorado Rapids → Kansas City Wizards. 3 February 2000: Kansas City Wizards acquired this second-round selection, defender Peter Vermes, and midfielder Matt McKeon from Colorado Rapids in exchange for a second-round pick (#20) in the 2000 SuperDraft, an international allocation, and defender Scott Vermillion.[ref 12] More information needed.
  4. ^ #18: Tampa Bay Mutiny → San Jose Earthquakes. 27 January 1999: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this second-round selection from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for goalkeeper Andy Kirk.[ref 13]
  5. ^ #19: Colorado Rapids → San Jose Earthquakes → D.C. United. 6 February 2000: D.C. United acquired this second-round selection from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for a second-round pick (#24) in the 2000 SuperDraft and a second-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 13] On 2 February 2000, San Jose had acquired this second-round pick from Colorado Rapids in exchange for goalkeeper David Kramer.[ref 13]
  6. ^ #20: Pick originally belonged to Chicago Fire. → Kansas City Wizards → Colorado Rapids.3 February 2000: Colorado Rapids acquired this second-round selection, an international allocation, and defender Scott Vermillion from Kansas Cit Wizards in exchange for a second-round pick (#15) in the 2000 SuperDraft, defender Peter Vermes, and midfielder Matt McKeon.[ref 12] More information needed.
  7. ^ #24: D.C. United → San Jose Earthquakes. 6 February 2000: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this second-round pick and a second-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from D.C. United in exchange for a second-round pick (#19) in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 13]

Round 3[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
25 Miami Fusion[R3 trade 1] David Wright D Creighton University
26 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 2] Jeff DiMaria F Saint Louis University
27 D.C. United[R3 trade 3] *Sergio Salas F Project-40
28 San Jose Earthquakes Jon Conway GK Rutgers University
29 Los Angeles Galaxy[R3 trade 4] José Retiz M Rancho Santiago - Santa Ana
30 Kansas City Wizards[R3 trade 5] Kerry Zavagnin D Lehigh Valley Steam (A-League)
31 New England Revolution[R3 trade 6] *Shaker Asad M North Carolina State University
32 Chicago Fire Yuri Lavrinenko M Indiana University
33 Columbus Crew Brian Winters M University of Portland
34 Dallas Burn Steve Bernal D Creighton University
35 Miami Fusion[R3 trade 7] *Nick Rimando GK UCLA
36 New England Revolution[R3 trade 8] Fabio Zuniga F Raritan Valley Community College

Round 3 trades[edit]

  1. '^ #25: Pick originally belonged to MetroStars. → Miami Fusion.
  2. ^ #26: Kansas City Wizards → New England Revolution → Colorado Rapids. 6 February 2000: Colorado Rapids acquired this third-round pick and a first-round selection (#10) in the 2000 SuperDraft from New England Revolution in exchange for a third-round selection (#31) in the 2000 SuperDraft and forward Wolde Harris.[ref 11] On 2 January 2000, New England had acquired this third-round pick and second-round and fourth-round picks in the 2000 SuperDraft from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft and midfielder Jeff Baicher.[ref 11]
  3. '^ #27: Pick originally belonged to New England Revolution. → D.C. United.
  4. ^ #29: Miami Fusion → Los Angeles Galaxy. 6 February 2000: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this third-round pick from Miami Fusion in exchange for a third-round pick (#35) in the 2000 SuperDraft and a second-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from Los Angeles Galaxy .[ref 14]
  5. ^ #30: Pick originally belonged to Tampa Bay Mutiny. New England Revolution → Kansas City Wizards. 2 January 2000: Kansas City Wizards acquired this third-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft and midfielder Jeff Baicher from New England Revolution in exchange for second-round, third-round, and fourth-round picks in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 11][ref 3] More information needed.
  6. ^ #31: Colorado Rapids → New England Revolution. 6 February 2000: New England Revolution acquired this third-round selection and forward Wolde Harris from Colorado Rapids in exchange for a first-round selection (#10) and a third-round selection (#26) in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 11]
  7. ^ #35: Los Angeles Galaxy → Miami Fusion. 6 February 2000: Miami Fusion acquired this third-round pick and a second-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from Los Angeles Galaxy in exchange for a third-round pick (#29) in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 14]
  8. '^ #36: Pick originally belonged to D.C. United. → New England Revolution.

Round 4[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
37 MetroStars Daniel Alvarez M Furman University
38 New England Revolution[R4 trade 1] Adam Eyre D Santa Clara University
39 New England Revolution Bo Oshoniyi GK Atlanta Silverbacks (A-League)
40 San Jose Earthquakes Andrew Hemmerich D Stanford University
41 D.C. United[R4 trade 2] Michael Burke F Charleston Battery (A-League)
42 Tampa Bay Mutiny Amos Magee F Minnesota Thunder (A-League)
43 Colorado Rapids Lance Key D Trinity University
44 Chicago Fire John Wolyniec F Long Island Rough Riders

(A-League)

45 Columbus Crew Christof Lindenmayer F Loyola College in Maryland
46 Dallas Burn Brian Piesner M Rutgers University
47 Los Angeles Galaxy Josh Henderson F Lehigh Valley Steam (A-League)
48 MetroStars[R4 trade 3] Orlando Perez M Orange County Zodiac (A-League)

Round 4 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #38: Kansas City Wizards → New England Revolution. 2 January 2000: New England Revolution acquired this fourth-round pick and second-round and third-round picks in the 2000 SuperDraft from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft and midfielder Jeff Baicher.[ref 11]
  2. ^ #41: Miami Fusion → D.C. United. 6 February 2000: D.C. United acquired this fourth-round selection from Miami Fusion in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft and midfielder Keith Beach.[ref 14]
  3. '^ #48: Pick originally belonged to D.C. United. → MetroStars.

Round 5[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
49 MetroStars Colby Jackson F Cal State-Fullerton
50 Kansas City Wizards Tom Zawislan GK Creighton University
51 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R5 trade 1] Mark Schulte D Twin Cities Tornado (PDL)
52 San Jose Earthquakes Ian Russell F Seattle Sounders (A-League)
53 Miami Fusion Pablo Gentile D Miami Breakers (PDL)
54 Tampa Bay Mutiny Brian Waltrip F University of South Florida
55 Colorado Rapids Peter Scavo F Seton Hall University
56 Chicago Fire Alejandro Rincon M Southern Connecticut State
57 Columbus Crew Dominic Schell D University of Mobile
58 Dallas Burn Seth Marks D Furman University
59 Los Angeles Galaxy Thomas Serna F Rancho Santiago (Mexico)
60 D.C. United *Micah Cooks M Project-40

Round 5 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #51: New England Revolution → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 7 February 1999: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this fifth-round pick, originally a second-round selection in the canceled 2000 MLS Supplemental Draft, from New England Revolution in exchange for a second-round selection in the 1999 MLS College Draft.[ref 7]

Round 6[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
61 MetroStars Jake Dancy D Kansas City Wizards
62 Kansas City Wizards Casey Sweeney D Indiana Blast (A-League)
63 New England Revolution Tom Hardy D Vancouver 86ers (A-League)
64 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R6 trade 1] Ubusuku Abukusumo D Columbus Crew
65 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R6 trade 2] Ernest Inneh F Staten Island Vipers (A-League)
66 Tampa Bay Mutiny Mike Gentile M Minnesota Thunder (A-League)
67 Colorado Rapids Rich Cullen GK Air Force Academy
68 Chicago Fire Kevin Jackson M Lehigh University
69 Columbus Crew PASS
70 Dallas Burn Angel Rivillo M Creighton University
71 Los Angeles Galaxy Ali John Utush F San Francisco Bay Seals (A-League)
72 D.C. United PASS

Round 6 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #64: San Jose Earthquakes → Chicago Fire → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 6 February 2000: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this sixth-round selection and another sixth-round selection (#65) from Chicago Fire in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 14] On 29 June 1999, Chicago Fire acquired this sixth-round selection, originally a third-round selection in the canceled 2000 MLS Supplemental Draft, and a first-round selection in the 2000 SuperDraft from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for midfielder Ryan Tinsley.[ref 6]
  2. ^ #65: Miami Fusion → Chicago Fire → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 6 February 2000: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this sixth-round selection and another sixth-round selection (#64) from Chicago Fire in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 14] On 19 February 1999, Chicago had acquired this sixth-round pick, originally a third-round selection in the canceled 2000 MLS Supplemental Draft, from Miami Fusion in exchange for defender Tomasz Wygonik.[ref 15]

Unresolved 2000 SuperDraft Trades[edit]

  • 21 January 1999: MetroStars traded F Raul Diaz Arce and MF Marcelo Vega to San Jose for a player to be named and future considerations.
  • 29 March 1997: Kansas City Wizards acquired D John Diffley from the Tampa Bay Mutiny for a conditional third-round draft pick in 1999 or 2000.
  • 28 January 1999: D.C. United traded second round and third round picks in 2000 college draft to New York/New Jersey MetroStars for Diego Sonora.[ref 4]
  • 28 January 1999: San Jose sent third-rounder to MetroStars in Diego Sonora three-way deal.
  • 7 February 1999: New England Revolution acquired two second round selections in the 2000 MLS College Draft from the New York/New Jersey MetroStars in exchange for a second round selection in the 1999 MLS College Draft.[ref 11]
  • 7 February 1999: MetroStars acquired D.C.'s first-round 1999 supplemental draft pick for its 2000 first-round supplemental draft pick (4th round SuperDraft).
  • 5 May 1999: Chicago acquired Ryan Tinsley via trade with Kansas City Wizards in exchange for Jesse Van Saun and Fire’s No. 1 selection in the 2000 MLS Supplemental Draft (4th round SuperDraft). -Chi2011
  • 5 June 1999: Miami Fusion acquired a 2000 second-round pick and forward Tony Kuhn from New England Revolution in exchange for midfielder Carlos Parra.[ref 11]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Columbus Crew Important Dates". Columbus Crew. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
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  5. ^ "MLS: Fusion acquires Kamler, sends Maessner to D.C.". Soccer America. 19 July 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
  6. ^ a b "Chicago Fire 2011 Media Guide" (PDF). Chicago Fire. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  7. ^ a b "Transactions - February 8, 1999". New York Times. 8 February 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
  8. ^ "L.A. trades Beasley for Fire's first-round pick". ESPN.com. 6 February 2000. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  9. ^ "MLS: Fire trades Josh Keller back to Tampa Bay". Soccer America. 6 May 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
  10. ^ "Fusion Maneuvers To Draft Duke Star". Sun-Sentinel. 8 February 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
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  12. ^ a b "Rapids acquire International Allocation and defender from Kansas City for Peter Vermes and Matt McKeon". Colorado Rapids. 4 February 2000. Retrieved 26 November 2014. 
  13. ^ a b c d "San Jose Earthquakes Media Guide 2011" (PDF). San Jose Earthquakes. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  14. ^ a b c d e "MLS Superdraft: The Trades". Soccer America. 6 February 2000. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  15. ^ "Transactions - February 19, 1999". New York Times. 19 February 1999. Retrieved 26 November 2014.