34. Seattle Sounders: Babayele Sodade, F, UAB
It remains to be seen just how good Sodade can be at the MLS level, but he is a big body that showcased some decent skills at the combine. Sodade stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 195 pounds, making him one of the bigger forwards available. Sodade finished up his four-year college career with a 13-goal, 5-assist season. He'll definitely be competing for a roster spot, but the situation at forward is unsettled enough that he could see some time if all goes well.
35. Philadelphia Union: Raymon Gaddis, D, West Virginia
It's not easy to find information on this guy, but the Union probably know him well as he is a former Reading United player.
36. Real Salt Lake: Juan Sebastian Velasquez, M, Spartansburgh Methodist
A former member of the U-15 United States boys national team, he was a goal-scoring dynamo in junior college. Last year, he scored an astounding 35 goals with 16 assists.
37. Houston Dynamo: Warren Creavalle, M, Central Florida
Essentially a holding midfielder in college, Creavalle was impressive enough to be named All-Conference USA in both 2010 and 2011.
38. LA Galaxy: Kenney Walker, M, Louisville
With the final pick of the SuperDraft, the Galaxy got one of the better known players remaining. Walker wasn't expected to fall this far after posting five goals and six assists during his senior season.