1. Montreal Impact: Evan James, F, Charlotte
This was not a huge surprise as the Impact were largely expected to pick James with the first pick of the draft. Many had believed he would go higher after scoring 24 goals and registering 19 assists during his four years at Charlotte.
2. Vancouver Whitecaps: Gienir Garcia, D, Mexico
Another player who a lot of draft observers were intrigued by, Garcia has some decent pedigree. He has played for Cruz Azul and has also made five appearances for the Mexico U20 team.
3. New England Revolution: Dwayne Smith, M, Bethel
4. Toronto FC: Michael Green, New Mexico
5. Chivas USA: RJ Allen, D, Monmouth
A solid player at the college level, he had been named among the Top 25 SuperDraft prospects by MLSSoccer.com.
6. Real Salt Lake: Andy Rose, M, UCLA
Many expected to see Rose go much higher than this after starting every game during his senior season at UCLA and being a starter for most of his four years there.
7. Houston Dynamo: Brian Ownby, F, Virginia
Ownby showed a solid scoring touch at Virginia, bagging 13 goals in his final two season.
8. Portland Timbers: Ryan Kowaluck, MF Portland
9. Chicago Fire: Evans Frimpong, F, Delaware
He's not very big, but the 5-foot-8, 140-pound forward did score 12 goals and register five assists in 20 games last year.
10. Columbus Crew: Kirk Urso, M, UNC
Dubbed a possible first-round pick by some, Urso was a three-year starter at North Carolina. More of a holding midfielder type, he still scored 15 goals and had 24 assists during his four years.
11. FC Dallas: Alex Lee, D, Maryland
12. Dynamo: Karo Oklomah, F, High Point
13. Union: Tom Brandt, D, Penn
14. TFC: Nick Blake, D, UConn
15. Chicago Fire: Karl Woszczynski, GK, UAB
16. Sporting Kansas City: Shawn Singh, D, UCLA
17. Real Salt Lake: Emiliano Bonfigli, F, Manta FC
18. Dynamo: Eder Arreola, M, UCLA
19. LA Galaxy: Bryan Gaul, F, Bradley
At 6-foot-5, 202 pounds you'd think a guy that scored 23 goals over the past two years would have garnered a little more attention.
20. Impact: Aaron Schoenfeld, F, East Tennessee State
21. Whitecaps: Greg Klazura, D, Notre Dame
22. Revolution: Alec Purdie, M, Indiana
23. Toronto FC: Mykel Bates, D, Santa Clara
24. Chivas USA: Brian Rowe, GK, UCLA
25. San Jose Earthquakes: Cesar Diaz PIzarro, F, UC Riverside
26. D.C. United: Lance Rozeboom, M, New Mexico
27. Timbers: Miguel Ibarra, M, UC Irvine
Another player draft watchers seemed to like that fell mainly because of his size. At 5-7, 135 he'll have to add some weight, but he did score 10 goals and register 18 assists in his two years as an Anteater.
28. Chivas USA: Daniel Steres, D, San Diego State
29. Crew: Jamie Finch, D, Washington
30. Chivas USA: Fabian King, D, Fort Lewis
31. New York Red Bulls: Mike Volk, D, Virginia
32. Union: Kritian Witkowski, F, Marist
33. Seattle Sounders: Tim Pontius, D, UCSB
34. Sounders: Jason Banton, F, England
It's not entirely clear what caused Banton to fall so far, other than maybe his international status. He's got good size (6-feet tall) and apparently great speed. He also was good enough to spend time in the Liverpool and Blackburn organizations.
35. Sporting KC: Pablo Punyed, M, St. John's
36. RSL: Oliver Kupe, F, Northwestern
37. Chivas USA: Kevin Venegas, D, Cal State Fullerton
38. Galaxy: Rafael Garcia, M, Cal State Northridge
39. Impact: Steven Miller, F, Colgate
40. Whitecaps: Andrew Fontein, GK, UC Irvine
41. Revolution: Kevin Garcia, D, Villanova
42. Toronto FC: Arthur Ivo, M, SMU
Scoring 20 goals and assisting on 15 others despite making just 24 starts in the past two years apparently wasn't as impressive as it looked.
43. Sporting KC: Stefan Antonijevic, D, Valparaiso
44. Earthquakes: David Tiemstra, D, Ohio State
45. United: Charles Rodriguez, D, UNC Charlotte
46. Timbers: Doug Herrick, GK, St. Marry's
47. Fire: Tony Walls, M, UW Green Bay
The level of competition wasn't necessarily great, but those 14 goals and nine assists over the past two years seemed good enough to at least warrant interest.
48. Crew: Darren Amoo, F, Liberty
49. FC Dallas: Walter Hines, F, St. John's
50. Red Bulls: Christian Berreiro, M, Penn
51. Union: Antoine Hoppenot, F, Princeton
52. Rapids: Kohei Yamada, M, Rapids
Combine watchers were raving about Yamada's play in there. With Kosuke Kimura already in Colorado, maybe he can ease the transition.
53. Sounders: Abdul Aman, F, Washington
54. Sporting KC: Kyle Miller, M, Rockhurst
55. RSL: Benjamin Ubierna, M, Peru
56. Dynamo: Philip Aseweh, F, Liberty
57. Galaxy: Yuri Gorentzvaig, F, Brazil
58. Impact: Carl Haworth, F, Niagra
59. Whitecaps: Mark Fetrow, D, Penn State
60. Revolution: Mike Roach, F, St. Louis
61. TFC: Michael Mazzullo, M, Columbia
62. Galaxy, Steven Posa, F, San Diego
63. Earthquakes: James Kiff, D, UC Santa Barbara
64. United: Matt Kuhn, M, Drake
65. Timbers: Logan McDaniel, M, Loyola
66. Fire: Justin Chavez, D, Tulsa
67. Crew: Andrew Bulls, F, UMBC
68. FC Dallas: Ian Kalis, D, SMU
69. Red Bulls: Nate Polak, M, Hastings College
70. Union: Brandon Zimmerman, M, Santa Clara
He's the brother of Preston Zimmerman, the guy who just got Twitter famous for his rant against Jurgen Klinsmann. I'm sure he'll love those questions.
71. Rapids: Joel Helmick, GK, Longwood
72. Sounders: Wes Feighner, D, Cal Poly
73. Earthquakes: Tyler Krumpe, D, Loyola
74. RSL: Passed
75: Dynamo: Daniel Roberts, M, UNC Wilmington
76: Galaxy: Justin Davies, D, San Diego State