2000 MLS SuperDraft

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2000 MLS SuperDraft
General Information
Date(s) February 6, 2000
Location Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Picks
First selection Steve Shak, MetroStars
Overall selections 72
MLS SuperDraft
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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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  4. ^ a b c d e "D.C. United All-Time Player Transactions". D.C. United. Retrieved 15 November 2014. 
  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.