7. Will Bruin (Houston Dynamo)
Zach Woosley (Dynamo Theory): The Dynamo need depth up front and bringing in a young talent like Bruin should give Dominic Kinnear some options, while not needing the rookie to play a vital role right from the start. The Dynamo don't have any position that needs someone that can immediately start, so they have the luxury of bringing in a player that can be a potential starter in the future. Bruin is a big, strong forward with a proven ability to score. A season working with Brian Ching and battling the experienced Dynamo defense in practice should help Bruin develop into a dangerous scoring option for the Dynamo. Calling a player a "can't miss" pick really isn't fair, but it's hard to not think that Bruin is just that, he's a steal at the seventh pick for the Dynamo.
Drew Epperley (WV Hooligan): I thought Houston would go toward fixing their defense but let's face it, their offense needs plenty of work too. Bruin is likely a starter right away for this bunch as he'll be a good compliment to Ching up top. Kinnear is good at getting the most out of young players and I gotta think he'll get plenty out of Bruin.