2002 MLS SuperDraft

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2002 MLS SuperDraft
General Information
Date(s) February 10, 2002
Location Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Picks
First selection Chris Gbandi, Dallas Burn
Overall selections 70
MLS SuperDraft
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The 2002 Major League Soccer SuperDraft was held on February 10, 2002 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

One month earlier, MLS had contracted two clubs: Tampa Bay Mutiny and Miami Fusion. In conjunction with the contraction, the league conducted both an Allocation Draft and a Dispersal Draft in which the top 2002 SuperDraft picks of Tampa Bay and Miami, as well as players from those clubs, were made available to remaining MLS clubs.

Player Selection[edit]

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

Round One[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
1 Dallas Burn[R1 trade 1] Chris Gbandi D University of Connecticut
2 New England Revolution[R1 trade 2] Taylor Twellman F 1860 Munich
3 MetroStars[R1 trade 3] *Brad Davis M St. Louis University (P-40)
4 D.C. United *Justin Mapp M Project-40
5 Chicago Fire[R1 trade 4] *Kelly Gray M University of Portland (P-40)
6 San Jose Earthquakes[R1 trade 5] Luchi Gonzalez F Southern Methodist University
7 MetroStars Mansour Ndiaye M University of Connecticut
8 Columbus Crew *Kyle Martino M University of Virginia (P-40)
9 Dallas Burn[R1 trade 6] Carl Bussey D Southern Methodist University
10 Chicago Fire[R1 trade 7] Billy Sleeth D University of Washington
11 D.C. United[R1 trade 8] Daouda Kanté D Florida International University
12 Dallas Burn[R1 trade 9] Lee Morrison D Stanford University

Round One trades[edit]

  1. ^ #1: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Dallas Burn. 2002-01-11: Dallas Burn acquired this first-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft.[ref 1]
  2. ^ #2: Colorado Rapids → Tampa Bay Mutiny → New England Revolution. ...On 2001-06-28, Tampa Bay had acquired this pick, goalkeeper Adin Brown, and defender Scott Vermillion from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielder Carlos Valderrama, goalkeeper Scott Garlick and defender Ritchie Kotschau.[ref 2] More information needed.
  3. ^ #3: New England Revolution → Colorado Rapids? → Tampa Bay Mutiny → MetroStars. 2002-01-11: MetroStars acquired this first-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft.[ref 3] More information needed.
  4. ^ #5: Kansas City Wizards → Chicago Fire. 2002-02-08: Chicago Fire acquired this first-round pick from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for midfielder Diego Gutiérrez and a sixth-round pick in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 4]
  5. ^ #6: Dallas Burn → San Jose Earthquakes. 2002-02-10: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this first-round pick from Dallas Burn in exchange for two first-round selections (#9 and #12) in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 5]
  6. ^ #9: Chicago Fire → San Jose Earthquakes → Dallas Burn. 2002-02-10: Dallas Burn acquired this first-round pick and the #12 first-round pick from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 5] On 2000-03-15, San Jose had acquired this pick, two second-round picks in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft, and future considerations from Chicago Fire in exchange for an allocation.[ref 6] Chicago used the allocation to sign Hristo Stoichkov.[ref 7]
  7. ^ #10: Miami Fusion → Chicago Fire. 2002-01-11: Chicago Fire acquired this first-round pick from Miami Fusion in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft.[ref 3]
  8. ^ #11: Los Angeles Galaxy → D.C. United. 2002-01-12: D.C. United acquired this first-round pick, a second-round pick, and a second-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft from Los Angeles Galaxy in exchange for forward Chris Albright and a second-round pick in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 8]
  9. ^ #12: San Jose Earthquakes → Dallas Burn. 2002-02-10: Dallas Burn acquired this first-round pick and the #9 first-round pick from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for a first-round selection in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 5]


Round Two[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
13 Los Angeles Galaxy[R2 trade 1] Hemir Neibles M Brooklyn Knights
14 New England Revolution[R2 trade 2] Shalrie Joseph M St. John's University
15 Dallas Burn[R2 trade 3] *Jordan Stone M Project-40
16 Colorado Rapids[R2 trade 4] Danny Jackson D University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
17 Chicago Fire[R2 trade 5] *Craig Capano M Project-40
18 Dallas Burn Matt Behncke D Princeton University
19 Colorado Rapids[R2 trade 6] Jeff Stewart D Santa Clara University
20 Columbus Crew Jeff Matteo M St. John's University
21 New England Revolution[R2 trade 7] Ian Fuller F Clemson University
22 Los Angeles Galaxy[R2 trade 8] Bryheem Hancock G University of Connecticut
23 Columbus Crew[R2 trade 9] Jon Busch G Hershey Wildcats
24 D.C. United[R2 trade 10] Mike McGinty G Richmond Kickers
25 Los Angeles Galaxy[R2 trade 11] Gavin Glinton F Bradley University

Round Two trades[edit]

  1. ^ #13: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Colorado Rapids → Los Angeles Galaxy. 2001-04-02: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this second-round pick and a first-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft from Colorado Rapids in exchange for defender Robin Fraser. The trade was originally announced as Fraser in exchange for second-round SuperDraft picks in 2002, 2003, and 2004.[ref 9] However, a Galaxy press release on 13 January 2003 stated that the 2003 pick had become a first-round selection.[ref 10] There was no 2004 draft pick traded between Los Angeles and Colorado. On 2000-04-19, Colorado acquired this pick and a third-round pick in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for midfielder Kevin Anderson.[ref 11]
  2. ^ #14: Colorado Rapids → New England Revolution. 2001-03-19: New England Revolution acquired this second-round pick, forward Matt Okoh, and defender Alan Woods from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielders Imad Baba and Carlos Parra.[ref 12]
  3. ^ #15: New England Revolution → Miami Fusion → Dallas Burn. 2001-05-10: Dallas Burn acquired this second-round pick and another second-round pick (#23) in the 2002 SuperDraft from Miami in exchange for midfielder Lazo Alavanja. The #23 pick was to have been in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft but was converted to 2002 after the Miami franchise was contracted.[ref 13] More information needed on the trade from New England to Miami.
  4. ^ #16: D.C. United → Tampa Bay Mutiny → Colorado Rapids → MetroStars → Colorado Rapids. 2000-05-26: Tampa Bay Mutiny acquired this pick, two first-round selections in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft, and midfielder John Maessner from D.C. United in exchange for forward Raúl Díaz Arce and forward Pete Marino.[ref 14] On 2001-03-30, Colorado Rapids acquired this pick and a third-round pick in the 2003 SuperDraft from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for forward Gus Kartes.[ref 9] The 2003 SuperDraft pick was converted to pick #28 in the 2002 SuperDraft when Tampa Bay was contracted following the 2001 season. 2001-04-19: MetroStars acquired this pick from Colorado Rapids in exchange for midfielder Chris Dawes.[ref 9] 2001-08-09: Colorado Rapids re-acquired this selection and midfielder Steve Shak from MetroStars in exchange for a third-round selection (#29) in the 2002 SuperDraft and midfielder Ross Paule.[ref 15]
  5. ^ #17: Kansas City Wizards → San Jose Earthquakes → Dallas Burn → Chicago Fire. 2002-02-10: Chicago Fire acquired this second-round selection from Dallas Burn in exchange for future considerations, which were later revealed as the MLS rights to midfielder Ronnie O'Brien.[ref 16] On 2002-02-08, Dallas had acquired this pick and forward Ronald Cerritos from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for forward Ariel Graziani and salary cap relief.[ref 6] On 2001-03-13, San Jose had acquired this pick, originally a conditional selection, and a third-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft, also originally a conditional selection, from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for defender Mike Burns.[ref 6]
  6. ^ #19: MetroStars → Colorado Rapids. 2002-01-11: Colorado Rapids acquired this second-round selection, a third-round pick (#29) in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and midfielder Mark Chung from MetroStars in exchange for the #4 selection in the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft[ref 17]
  7. ^ #21: Chicago Fire → New England Revolution. 2001-05-03: New England Revolution acquired this second-round pick, originally a conditional selection, and forward John Wolyniec from Chicago Fire in exchange for forward Eric Wynalda.[ref 4] Confirmation needed.
  8. ^ #22: Miami Fusion → D.C. United → Los Angeles Galaxy. 2002-01-12: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this second-round pick and forward Chris Albright from D.C. United in exchange for first-round and second-round picks in the 2002 SuperDraft and a second-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft[ref 8] On 2001-02-05, D.C. United had acquired this pick from Miami Fusion in exchange for the #18 pick in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 14]
  9. ^ #23: Miami Fusion (2003) → Dallas Burn → Columbus Crew. 2002-01-15: Columbus Crew acquired this second-round selection from Dallas Burn in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2002 SuperDraft and defender Tenywa Bonseu.[ref 18] On 2001-05-10, Dallas had acquired this second-round pick and another second-round pick (#15) in the 2002 SuperDraft from Miami in exchange for midfielder Lazo Alavanja. This #23 pick was to have been in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft but was converted to 2002 after the Miami franchise was contracted.[ref 13]
  10. ^ #24: Los Angeles Galaxy → D.C. United. 2002-01-12: D.C. United acquired this second-round pick, a first-round pick, and a second-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft from Los Angeles Galaxy in exchange for forward Chris Albright and a second-round pick in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 8]
  11. ^ #25: San Jose Earthquakes → Los Angeles Galaxy. 2002-01-11: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this second-round pick and the #9 selection in the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft from San Jose Earthquakes in exchange for the #8 selection in the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft.[ref 17]


Round Three[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
26 Chicago Fire[R3 trade 1] Steve Totten M University of Virginia
27 Los Angeles Galaxy[R3 trade 2] Alejandro Moreno F UNC-Greensboro
28 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 3] Bryn Ritchie D University of Washington
29 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 4] Daniel Alvarez M Furman University
30 MetroStars[R3 trade 5] Sam Forko D University of Connecticut
31 D.C. United Mohammed Fahim F Southern Methodist University
32 Kansas City Wizards O'Neil Peart F Long Island Rough Riders (A-League)
33 San Jose Earthquakes[R3 trade 6] Chris Roner M University of California, Berkeley
34 Colorado Rapids[R3 trade 7] Matt Moses M Stanford University
35 Columbus Crew John Barry Nusum F Furman University
36 Chicago Fire Dipsy Selolwane F St. Louis University
37 Kansas City Wizards[R3 trade 8] Chris Brunt D Southwest Missouri State
38 Los Angeles Galaxy[R3 trade 9] Cory Gibbs D Brown University
39 San Jose Earthquakes Kevin Sakuda D Duke University

Round Three trades[edit]

  1. ^ #26: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Chicago Fire. 2001-08-10: Chicago Fire acquired this third-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for defender Diego Sonora.[ref 13]
  2. ^ #27: Tampa Bay Mutiny (2003) → Los Angeles Galaxy. 2001-07-20: Los Angeles Galaxy acquired this third-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for midfielder Danny Pena.[ref 19] This pick was to have been in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft but was converted to 2002 after the Tampa Bay franchise was contracted.
  3. ^ #28: Tampa Bay Mutiny (2003) → Colorado Rapids. 2001-03-30: Colorado Rapids acquired this 2003 third-round pick and a second-round pick in the 2002 SuperDraft from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for forward Gus Kartes.[ref 9] The 2003 draft pick was converted to this #28 selection in the 2002 SuperDraft when Tampa Bay was contracted following the 2001 season.[ref 20]
  4. ^ #29: Colorado Rapids → MetroStars → Colorado Rapids. 2002-01-11: Colorado Rapids re-acquired this selection, a second-round pick (#19) in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft, and midfielder Mark Chung from MetroStars in exchange for the #4 selection in the 2002 MLS Allocation Draft[ref 17] On 2001-08-09, MetroStars had acquired this pick and midefielder Ross Paule from Colorado Rapids in exchange for a second-round pick (#16) in the 2002 SuperDraft and midfielder Steve Shak.[ref 15]
  5. ^ #30: New England Revolution → MetroStars. 2002-01-11: MetroStars acquired this third-round pick from New England Revolution in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 21]
  6. ^ #33: Dallas Burn → San Jose Earthquakes. 2002-02-10: San Jose Earthquakes acquired this third-round pick from Dallas Burn in exchange for a third-round selection in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft[ref 5]
  7. ^ #34: MetroStars → Colorado Rapids. 2002-01-11: Colorado Rapids acquired this third-round pick from MetroStars in exchange for defender Marcelo Balboa.[ref 22]
  8. ^ #37: Miami Fusion → Kansas City Wizards. 2001-03-02: Kansas City Wizards acquired this third-round selection and allocation money from Miami Fusion in exchange for forward Preki.[ref 23]
  9. ^ #38: Los Angeles Galaxy → Columbus Crew → Los Angeles Galaxy. 2002-01-11: Los Angeles Galaxy re-acquired this third-round selection, originally a conditional pick, from Columbus Crew in exchange for the #9 selection in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft.[ref 17] On 2001-08-15, Columbus had acquired this pick, originally a conditional pick, from Los Angeles in exchange for the rights to forward McKinley Tennyson.[ref 24]


Round Four[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
40 D.C. United[R4 trade 1] Dennis Ludwig F Rutgers University
41 New England Revolution Derek Potteiger M Penn State
42 D.C. United Bobby Brennan D American University
43 Kansas City Wizards Dominic DaPra F University of Wisconsin–Madison
44 Dallas Burn[R4 trade 2] Adauto Neto M University of Mobile
45 New England Revolution[R4 trade 3] Marshall Leonard D University of Virginia
46 Chicago Fire Mike Nugent F Princeton University
47 Columbus Crew[R4 trade 4] Chris Leitch D University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
48 Los Angeles Galaxy Noah Delgado M Fresno State
49 San Jose Earthquakes Erik Ozimek M Davidson College

Round Four trades[edit]

  1. ^ #40: Colorado Rapids → D.C. United. 2001-06-13: D.C. United acquired this fourth-round pick, originally a conditional selection, from Colorado Rapids in exchange for forward Raúl Díaz Arce.[ref 2] Confirmation needed.
  2. ^ #44: Dallas Burn → Columbus Crew → Dallas Burn. 2002-01-15: Dallas Burn re-acquired this fourth-round selection and defender Tenywa Bonseu from Columbus Crew in exchange for a second-round selection in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 18] On 2001-03-21, Columbus had acquired this pick from Dallas in exchange for midfielder Miles Joseph.[ref 25]
  3. ^ #45: Columbus Crew → New England Revolution. 2001-05-11: New England Revolution acquired this fourth-round selection, originally a conditional pick, and midfielder Roland Vargas-Aguilera from Columbus Crew in exchange for midfielder John Harkes.[ref 26] Confirmation needed.
  4. ^ #47: Miami Fusion → Columbus Crew. 2001-08-15: Columbus Crew acquired this fourth-round selection, originally a conditional pick, from Miami Fusion in exchange for midfielder Ian Woan.[ref 24]


Round Five[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
50 Kansas City Wizards[R5 trade 1] Davy Arnaud F West Texas A&M University
51 Columbus Crew[R5 trade 2] Christof Lindenmayer F Loyola College in Maryland
52 New England Revolution PASS
53 D.C. United PASS
54 Dallas Burn[R5 trade 3] Jeremie Piette M West Texas A&M University
55 Dallas Burn Ricardo Villar M Penn State
56 MetroStars Mario Gomez M North Jersey Imperials (PDL)
57 Kansas City Wizards[R5 trade 4] Brian Lavin D Yale University
58 New England Revolution[R5 trade 5] PASS
59 Los Angeles Galaxy Lawrence Smalls M UC Irvine
60 San Jose Earthquakes Aaron Biddle D Stanford University

Round Five trades[edit]

  1. ^ #50: Tampa Bay Mutiny → Kansas City Wizards. 2001-02-05: Kansas City Wizards acquired this fifth-round pick from Tampa Bay Mutiny in exchange for a fifth-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 27]
  2. ^ #51: Colorado Rapids → New England Revolution → Columbus Crew. 2002-02-10: Columbus Crew acquired this fifth-round pick from New England Revolution in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 28]
  3. ^ #54: Kansas City Wizards → Dallas Burn. 2002-01-23: Dallas Burn acquired this fifth-round pick from Kansas City Wizards in exchange for defender Eric Dade.[ref 29]
  4. ^ #57: Columbus Crew → Kansas City Wizards. 2002-01-17: Kansas City Wizards acquired this fifth-round pick from Columbus Crew in exchange for the #4 selection in the 2002 MLS Waiver Draft.[ref 28]
  5. ^ #58: Chicago Fire → New England Revolution. 2001-04-10: New England Revolution acquired this fifth-round pick, originally a conditional selection, from Chicago Fire in exchange for forward Jamar Beasley.[ref 4] Confirmation needed.


Round Six[edit]

Pick # MLS team Player Position Affiliation
61 Colorado Rapids Matt Harrell F University of Denver
62 New England Revolution PASS
63 D.C. United PASS
64 Kansas City Wizards Dane Erickson D Davidson College
65 Kansas City Wizards[R6 trade 1] Mark Spears G William Carey College
66 MetroStars Jeff Moore M Richard Stockton College
67 Columbus Crew Scott Leber D Stanford University
68 MetroStars[R6 trade 2] Leo Krupnik D UC Berkeley
69 Los Angeles Galaxy Ishmael Mintah M Bradley University
70 San Jose Earthquakes Lars Lyssand M San Jose State

Round Six trades[edit]

  1. ^ #65: Dallas Burn → Chicago Fire → Kanasas City Wizards. 2002-02-08: Kansas City Wizards acquired this sixth-round pick and midfielder Diego Gutiérrez from Chicago Fire in exchange for a first-round pick in the 2002 SuperDraft.[ref 4] On xxxx-xx-xx, Chicago had acquired this pick from Dallas Burn in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2001 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 30] More information needed.
  2. ^ #68: Chicago Fire → Dallas Burn → MetroStars. 2002-02-10: MetroStars acquired this sixth-round pick from Dallas Burn in exchange for a sixth-round selection in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft.[ref 31] On 2002-01-15, Dallas Burn had acquired this sixth-round pick and a fourth-round pick in the 2003 MLS SuperDraft, originally a conditional selection, from Chicago Fire in exchange for forward Aleksey Korol and midfielder Miguel Saavedra.[ref 32]


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