MLS Expansion Draft: Timbers Go After U.S. Internationals

No. 9 (Timbers): David Horst. A central defender who has only played a total of three games during the past three seasons, including none during the regular season last year. Real Salt Lake protects Collen Warner.

No. 10 (Whitecaps): Alan Gordon. The Chivas USA forward has had some reasonable level of success, scoring 17 goals in the past five seasons. Mariano Trujillo was pulled back by Chivas USA.

No. 11 (Timbers): Robbie Findley. The Real Salt Lake forward has announced his intentions to play elsewhere this season, but has expressed a willingness to come back to MLS. It's a medium-risk, high-reward pick as Findley is a

No. 12 (Whitcaps): O'Brian White. The Toronto FC forward recently upset many Canadian fans by choosing to train with the Jamaican national team. Julian de Guzman pulled back.

No. 13 (Timbers) Peter Lowry. Dasan Robinson protected by Fire.

No. 14 (Whitecaps) Alejandro Moreno. The veteran forward has now been selected in two straight Expansion Drafts. All Union players off the board.

No. 15 (Timbers) Jonathan Bornstein. The Timbers select the rights to the left back who is already signed with Tigres of La Primera. All Chivas now protected.

No. 16 (Whitecaps) Joe Cannon. The San Jose goalkeeper lost his starting role to Jon Busch last season. Tim Ward protected by Earthquakes

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