It isn't quite official, but all indications are that Major League Soccer has finalized the 2012 Generation Adidas class just about a week before the SuperDraft. Four more players were added to the list on Thursday, bringing the total to nine, according to Soccer by Ives.
The final four players to be added are Enzo Martinez (North Carolina), Dom Dwyer (South Florida), Tyler Polak (Creighton) and Andrew Jean-Baptiste (UConn). They join the five players who had previously signed: Andrew Wenger (Duke), Darren Mattocks (Akron), Kelyn Rowe (UCLA), Chandler Hoffman (UCLA) and Sam Garza (UCSB).
MLS had also hoped to sign North Carolina's Billy Schuler, but he has apparently decided to try his luck in Europe. Word out of Sweden has Schuler signing with Hammarby. There is still the possibility that MLS could add 15-year-old Junior Flores, but he could also be signed after the draft and be allocated via weighted lottery.