2001 MLS SuperDraft

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2001 MLS SuperDraft
General Information
Date(s) February 5, 2001
Location Davie, Florida
Picks
First selection Chris Carrieri, San Jose Earthquakes
Most selections Dallas Burn (8 selections)
Overall selections 72
MLS SuperDraft
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The 2001 Major League Soccer SuperDraft was held on February 5, 2001 at the Signature Grand in Davie, 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 San Jose Earthquakes *Chris Carrieri F University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
2 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R1 trade 1] Ali Curtis F Duke University
3 D.C. United[R1 trade 2] Mark Lisi M Clemson University
4 D.C. United[R1 trade 3] Ryan Nelsen M Stanford University
5 Dallas Burn[R1 trade 4] Joselito Vaca M Oriente Petrolero
6 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R1 trade 5] Craig Demmin D Rochester Rhinos (A-League)
7 Dallas Burn Ryan Suarez D San Jose State University
8 D.C. United[R1 trade 6] *Santino Quaranta F Nike Project-40
9 Los Angeles Galaxy Brian Mullan M Creighton University
10 Columbus Crew[R1 trade 7] Duncan Oughton F Cal State-Fullerton
11 Los Angeles Galaxy [R1 trade 8] *Isaias Bardales F San Jose State University
12 Kansas City Wizards *Jose Burciaga D Nike Project-40

Round 1 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #2: D.C. United → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 26 May 2000: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this first-round pick, another first-round selection (#6) in the 2001 SuperDraft, a second-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and midfielder John Maessner from D.C. United in exchange for forward Raúl Díaz Arce and forward Pete Marino.[ref 1]
  2. ^ #3: Columbus Crew → D.C. United. 5 February 2001: D.C. United acquired this first-round selection from Columbus Crew in exchange for the #10 pick in the 2001 SuperDraft and goalkeeper Tom Presthus.[ref 2]
  3. ^ #4: Miami Fusion → D.C. United. 3 February 2001: D.C. United acquired this first-round pick and midfielder Brian Kamler from Miami Fusion in exchange for defender Carlos Llamosa.[ref 2]
  4. ^ #5: Colorado Rapids → Dallas Burn. 6 February 2000: Dallas Burn acquired this first-round pick and a first-round selection (#5) in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft from Colorado Rapids in exchange for the #3 pick in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 3]
  5. ^ #6: New England Revolution. → Colorado Rapids → D.C. United → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 26 May 2000: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this first-round pick, another first-round selection (#2) in the 2001 SuperDraft, a second-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and midfielder John Maessner from D.C. United in exchange for forward Raúl Díaz Arce and forward Pete Marino.[ref 1] On 18 February 2000, D.C. had acquired this pick from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielder Jason Moore.[ref 4] More information needed.
  6. ^ #8: Tampa Bay Mutiny → New England Revolution → San Jose Earthquakes → D.C. United. 4 February 2001: D.C. United acquired this first-round selection, the #10 pick in the 2001 SuperDraft, and forward Abdul Thompson Conteh from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for defender Jeff Agoos.[ref 2] On 30 May 2000, San Jose had acquired this pick, defender Mike Burns, and defender Dan Calichman from New England Revolution in exchange for defender Mauricio Wright.[ref 5] On 6 December 1999, New England had acquired this pick and midfielder Mauricio Ramos from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for a player allocation.[ref 6]
  7. ^ #10: MetroStars → San Jose Earthquakes → D.C. United → Columbus Crew. 5 February 2001: Columbus Crew acquired this first-round selection and goalkeeper Tom Presthus from D.C. United in exchange for the #3 pick in the 2001 SuperDraft.[ref 2] On 4 February 2001, D.C. United had acquired this selection, the #8 pick in the 2001 SuperDraft, and forward Abdul Thompson Conteh from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for defender Jeff Agoos.[ref 2] On 3 November 2000, San Jose had acquired this selection from MetroStars in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2001 SuperDraft and defender Francis Okaroh.[ref 7]
  8. ^ #11: Chicago Fire → Los Angeles Galaxy. 6 February 2000: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this first-round pick and a first-round selection in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for midfielder DaMarcus Beasley.[ref 8]

Round 2[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
13 MetroStars[R2 trade 1] Rodrigo Faria F MetroStars Black
14 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R2 trade 2] *Devin Barclay F Nike Project-40
15 D.C. United[R2 trade 3] Bryan Namoff M Bradley University
16 Los Angeles Galaxy[R2 trade 4] Brian Ching F Spokane Shadow (PDL)
17 Colorado Rapids Stephen Herdsman D West Michigan Edge (PDL)
18 Miami Fusion[R2 trade 5] Ali Gerba F Montreal Impact (A-League)
19 Dallas Burn *Eddie Johnson F Nike Project-40
20 San Jose Earthquakes[R2 trade 6] Eddie Robinson M University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
21 New England Revolution[R2 trade 7] *Nick Downing D University of Maryland
22 Los Angeles Galaxy[R2 trade 8] Robbie Russell M Duke University
23 Chicago Fire Justin Evans M Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League)
24 Kansas City Wizards Andrew Gregor M Seattle Sounders (A-League)

Round 2 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #13: San Jose Earthquakes → MetroStars. 3 November 2000: MetroStars acquired this second-round selection and defender Francis Okaroh from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2001 SuperDraft.[ref 7]
  2. ^ #14: D.C. United → San Jose Earthquakes → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 5 February 2001: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this second-round pick and a third-round selection (#34) in the 2001 SuperDraft from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for midfielder Manny Lagos.[ref 2] On 6 February 2000, San Jose had acquired this pick and a second-round selection in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft from D.C. United in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 9]
  3. ^ #15: Columbus Crew → MetroStars → D.C. United. 4 February 2001: D.C. United acquired this second-round pick and goalkeeper Mike Ammann from MetroStars in exchange for a third-round selection (#26) in the 2001 SuperDraft, midfielder Richie Williams, and an allocation.[ref 2] On 3 May 2000, MetroStars had acquired this pick from Columbus Crew in exchnage for midfielder Miles Joseph.[ref 10]
  4. ^ #16: Miami Fusion → Chicago Fire → San Jose Earthquakes → Los Angeles Galaxy. 4 February 2001: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this second-round pick from San Jose Earthquakes in change for defender Zak Ibsen.[ref 2] On 15 March 2000, San Jose had acquired this pick, another second-round selection (#20) in the 2001 SuperDraft, a first-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and future considerations from Chicago Fire in exchange for an allocation.[ref 9] Chicago used the allocation to sign Hristo Stoichkov.[ref 11] On 10 March 2000, Chicago had acquired this pick and a conditional draft pick from Miami Fusion in exchange for defender Francis Okaroh.[ref 12] It is believed that the conditions to activate the conditional draft pick were not met.
  5. ^ #18: Pick originally belonged to New England Revolution. → Colorado Rapids → D.C. United → Miami Fusion. 5 February 2001: Miami Fusion acquired this second-round pick from D.C. United in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft. Earlier the same day, D.C. had acquired this pick from Colorado Rapids in exchange for a third-round pick (#36) in the 2001 SuperDraft and defender Geoff Aunger.[ref 2] More information needed.
  6. ^ #20: Pick originally belonged to Tampa Bay Mutiny. → Chicago Fire → San Jose Earthquakes. 15 March 2000: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this second-round pick, another second-round selection (#16) in the 2001 SuperDraft, a first-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and future considerations from Chicago Fire in exchange for an allocation.[ref 9] Chicago used the allocation to sign Hristo Stoichkov.[ref 11] More information needed.
  7. ^ #21: Los Angeles Galaxy → Miami Fusion → New England Revolution. 8 July 2000: New England Revolution acquired this second-round selection, originally "future considerations", and forward Eric Wynalda from Miami Fusion in exchange for midfielder Ivan McKinley.[ref 13] The future considerations became this draft pick when Wynalda did not agree to a new contract with New England prior to the 2001 SuperDraft.[ref 2] On 6 February 2000, Miami had acquired this pick and a third-round selection in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft from Los Angeles Galaxy in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2000 SuperDraft.[ref 14]
  8. ^ #22: MetroStars → Los Angeles Galaxy. 19 April 2000: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this second-round selection from MetroStars in exchange for defender Steve Jolley.[ref 15]

Round 3[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
25 Dallas Burn[R3 trade 1] Josue Mayard M Montreal Impact (A-League)
26 MetroStars[R3 trade 2] Kerwyn Jemmott M Joe Public F.C.
27 Columbus Crew *Edson Buddle F Long Island Rough Riders (A-League)
28 D.C. United[R3 trade 3] Craig Ziadie D University of Richmond
29 Chicago Fire[R3 trade 4] Jim Curtin D Villanova University
30 Columbus Crew[R3 trade 5] Kevin Adams D Joe Public F.C.
31 San Jose Earthquakes[R3 trade 6] Craig Waibel D Seattle Sounders (A-League)
32 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 7] Ryan Lee D UCLA
33 Chicago Fire[R3 trade 8] Henry Ring GK University of South Carolina
34 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R3 trade 9] Alberto Muñoz M Miami Breakers (PDL)
35 Kansas City Wizards[R3 trade 10] Ben Stafford F Wake Forest University
36 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 11] Eric Lukin F University of Illinois at Chicago

Round 3 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #25: San Jose Earthquakes → Kansas City Wizards → Dallas Burn. 5 December 2000: Dallas Burn acquired this third-round selection from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for midfielder Mark Santel.[ref 16] On 3 May 2000, Kansas City had acquired this pick from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for forward Harut Karapetyan.[ref 9]
  2. ^ #26: D.C. United → MetroStars. 4 February 2001: MetroStars acquired this third-round selection, midfielder Richie Williams, and an allocation from D.C. United in exchange for a second-round pick (#15) in the 2001 SuperDraft and goalkeeper Mike Ammann.[ref 2]
  3. ^ #28: Miami Fusion → D.C. United. 5 February 2001: D.C. United acquired this third-round pick from Miami Fusion in exchange for midfielder Antonio Otero and future considerations.[ref 2]
  4. ^ #29: Colorado Rapids → Chicago Fire. 10 April 2000: Chicago Fire acquired this third-round selection from Colorado Rapids in exchange for forward Junior Agogo.[ref 12]
  5. ^ #30: New England Revolution → Columbus Crew. 14 March 2000: Columbus Crew acquired this third-round selection and future considerations from New England Revolution in exchange for goalkeeper Juergen Sommer.[ref 6]
  6. ^ #31: Dallas Burn → San Jose Earthquakes. 7 June 2000: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this third-round selection from Dallas Burn in exchange for forward Esmundo Rodriguez.[ref 9]
  7. ^ #32: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Colorado Rapids. 19 April 2000: Colorado Rapids acquired this third-round pick and a second-round pick in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for midfielder Kevin Anderson.[ref 17]
  8. '^ #33: Pick originally belonged to Los Angeles Galaxy. → Chicago Fire.
  9. ^ #34: Pick originally belonged to MetroStars. → San Jose Earthquakes → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 5 February 2001: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this third-round pick and a second-round selection (#14) in the 2001 SuperDraft from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for midfielder Manny Lagos.[ref 2] More information needed.
  10. ^ #35: Chicago Fire → Kansas City Wizards. 3 March 2000: Kansas City Wizards acquired this third-round pick and a fifth-round selection in the 2001 SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for goalkeeper Chris Snitko.[ref 12]
  11. ^ #36: Kansas City Wizards → D.C. United → Colorado Rapids. 5 February 2001: Colorado Rapids acquired this third-round selection and defender Geoff Aunger from D.C. United in exchange for a second-round selection (#18) in the 2001 SuperDraft. Earlier the same day, D.C. had acquired this pick from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for forward A.J. Wood.[ref 2]

Round 4[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
37 San Jose Earthquakes Fabio Eidelwein F Des Moines Menace (PDL)
38 Miami Fusion[R4 trade 1] Greg Simmonds F Hershey Wildcats (A-League)
39 Columbus Crew McKinley Tennyson F UCLA
40 Miami Fusion Cory Gibbs D Brown University
41 Colorado Rapids Ryan Trout M University of Virginia
42 New England Revolution Yari Allnutt M Rochester Rhinos (A-League)
43 Dallas Burn Adam Zapala GK Stanford University
44 Tampa Bay Mutiny Adam Throop GK Chicago Sockers (PDL)
45 Los Angeles Galaxy Brent Rahim M University of Connecticut
46 MetroStars *Martin Klinger F MetroStars Black
47 New England Revolution [R4 trade 2] Fernando Ortiz Solis D Tahuichi Academy
48 Kansas City Wizards Pablo Webster M Clemson University

Round 4 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #38: D.C. United → Miami Fusion. 6 February 2000: Miami Fusion acquired this fourth-round selection and midfielder Keith Beach from D.C. United in exchange for a fourth-round pick in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 14]
  2. ^ #47: Chicago Fire → New England Revolution. 14 April 2000: New England Revolution acquired this fourth-round selection from Chicago Fire in exchange for midfielder Mike Sorber.[ref 12]

Round 5[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
49 San Jose Earthquakes Corey Woolfolk F Stanford University
50 D.C. United Caleb Norkus F University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
51 Columbus Crew Scott Powers M Brown University
52 Miami Fusion Teófilo Cubillas Jr. M Nova Southeastern
53 New England Revolution[R5 trade 1] Eric Pogue GK Mid-Michigan Bucks (PDL)
54 New England Revolution Shaun Tsakiris M UCLA
55 Dallas Burn Gary DePalma M Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League)
56 Tampa Bay Mutiny Mersim Beskovic D Westchester Flames (PDL)
57 Los Angeles Galaxy Alex Bengard M CSU Dominguez-Hills
58 MetroStars O'neil Peart F Long Island Rough Riders (A-League)
59 Kansas City Wizards [R5 trade 2] Narciso Fernandes M University of Wisconsin–Madison
60 Tampa Bay Mutiny[R5 trade 3] Hector Navarte M Westchester Flames (PDL)

Round 5 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #53: Colorado Rapids → New England Revolution. 16 March 2000: New England Revolution acquired this fifth-round selection from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielder Paul Dougherty.[ref 18]
  2. ^ #59: Chicago Fire → Kansas City Wizards. 3 March 2000: Kansas City Wizards acquired this fifth-round pick and a third-round selection in the 2001 SuperDraft from Chicago Fire in exchange for goalkeeper Chris Snitko.[ref 12]
  3. ^ #60: Kansas City Wizards → Tampa Bay Mutiny. 5 February 2001: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this fifth-round selection from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 2]

Round 6[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
61 San Jose Earthquakes Jorge Martinez M San Jose State University
62 D.C. United T.J. Hannig GK Indiana University
63 Columbus Crew Phil Karn F Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A-League)
64 Miami Fusion Daouda Kante D Florida International University
65 Colorado Rapids John Carroll M Florida International University
66 New England Revolution Michael Feller D University of Virginia
67 Dallas Burn *Miguel Saavedra M Nike Project-40
68 Chicago Fire[R6 trade 1] Danny Risch F Central Coast Roadrunners (PDL)
69 Los Angeles Galaxy Mike Potempa D Clemson University
70 MetroStars Russell Payne GK Boston Bulldogs (A-League)
71 Dallas Burn[R6 trade 2] Roberto Navarro M University of Alabama at Birmingham
72 Kansas City Wizards Matthew Cross GK Brown University

Round 6 trades[edit]

  1. ^ #68: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Chicago Fire. 6 February 2000: Chicago Fire acquired this sixth-round selection from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for two sixth-round selections in the 2000 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 14]
  2. ^ #71: Chicago Fire → Dallas Burn. Date Needed: Dallas Burn acquired this sixth-round pick from Chicago Fire in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 19]

Unresolved 2001 SuperDraft Trades[edit]

  • 18 February 1999: Chicago Fire traded Zak Ibsen to Los Angeles Galaxy for 2001 second-round pick
  • 24 February 1999, Colorado acquired future consideration from New England Revolution in exchange for goalkeeper Ian Feuer.[ref 20] It is unclear whether this trade was fulfilled through a 2001 first-round pick (#6), a 2001 second-round pick (#18), or both.
  • 2 August 1999, Tampa Bay Mutiny traded defender Sam George, midfielder Paul Dougherty, and a conditional draft choice to Chicago Fire in exchange for defender Richie Kotschau and midfielder Manny Lagos. The draft pick may be 2001 pick #20.[ref 21]

References[edit]

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  15. ^ "Earthquakes’ Azizi gets three-game suspension for misconduct; Metros obtain Jolley in trade; Pope gets knife.". Soccer Times. 19 April 2000. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
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  18. ^ "Colorado Rapids acquire midfielder Paul Dougherty;DiGiamarino suffers groin injury". Colorado Rapids. 16 March 2000. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  19. ^ "FC Dallas Media Guide 2011". FC Dallas. Retrieved 21 November 2014. 
  20. ^ "Colorado Rapids acquire goalkeeper Ian Feuer from New England Revolution". Colorado Rapids. 24 February 1999. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  21. ^ "MLS: Tampa, Chicago make multi-player trade; Mutiny signs Joe Addo". Soccer America. 2 August 1999. Retrieved 22 November 2014.