21. Josh Ford (Seattle Sounders)
Dave Clark (Sounder At Heart): The UConn redshirt senior is the second or third best keeper in the draft but has a few years experience on a guy like MacMath. While he certainly doesn't have the peak, he could be a back-up next year. With more than 6,000 minutes played in college, his experience is his biggest strength. He's the stereotypical minimum height at 6'2. Pro Player Pipeline considers him the 22d best player in the draft
Drew Epperley (WV Hooligan): I thought Seattle would go with MacMath when getting a keeper but I can't argue with them going for Ford in the second round like this. He's an athletic keeper that will have to learn quickly under Kasey Keller. I've seen plenty of him to know that he should be a solid MLS keeper at some point in his career.