4. Toronto FC: Kelyn Rowe, M, UCLA
The UCLA standout was signed to a Generation Adidas contract which only increases his appeal to a team like Toronto. He fills a position where the club lacks depth with Eric Avila being the only natural CAM with the club and should help to fill more of the void left by Dwayne De Rosario. Rowe is a good fit for Toronto as he has the skill set to make an impact at the MLS level next season. His vision, on-the-ball skill, and passing make him a valuable asset and when you add in the fact that he comes with no cap hit makes him too good to pass up with this pick.
12. Toronto FC: Austin Berry, CB, Louisville
Despite having a bit of a rough senior year for Louisville, Berry is a player who should still be able to contribute at the next level. His aerial abilities make him a good fit for a Toronto FC team that struggled on set pieces at both ends of the field. Despite his biggest knock being a lack of pace, his size makes him a good partner for someone like Ty Harden or Adrian Cann but means he could never partner Andy Iro. Berry will have to improve his marking to be a successful MLS CB but at No. 12 he was the best defender left on the board and CB is a clear need for TFC.
These picks were made by Dave Rowaan, a writer at Toronto FC blog Waking the Red.