29. Bobby Warshaw (Seattle Sounders)
Dave Clark (Sounder At Heart): A regular on the All-PAC-10 team Warshaw could study under Alonso, Evans and Riley. His ability to shift from defensive mid or central defense likely means that he can fit in at wingback as well. He also has the scoring touch that Seattle needs, and at 6'0 offers another option on set-plays.
Drew Epperley (WV Hooligan): I've been waiting to see where Warshaw would land. Seattle seems like the perfect fit too for him. He can play in the back or in the defensive part of the midfield, something Schmid has to be excited about.