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MLS Draft 2014: Results, live throughout the first two rounds

This post will update constantly throughout the draft. Refresh to see the latest picks.

Even before the MLS SuperDraft got going, there were three trades in the days leading up to it. The LA Galaxy traded out of the first round, sending the No. 14 pick to the Columbus Crew. The Seattle Sounders also moved up to No. 8, sending the No. 13 pick to the Chicago Fire. The Crew also gave up the No. 4 pick in the draft to the New England Revolution in exchange for the Michael Parkhurst's MLS rights.

The teams that deserve particular attention are the Philadelphia Union and Revolution, each of whom now have four picks in the first two rounds of the draft. The Union should be in the market for some center backs, while the Revolution could really use a few forwards.

Most draft experts seem to agree that, like most drafts, this one's talent will drop off considerably after the first 10 or so picks. The one position that seems reasonably deep is at center back, where as many as eight projected to go in the first round.

In all, there are 267 players being made eligible, representing schools from all around the country and countries from all over the world.

Draft day trades

D.C. United trade No. 1 overall to Philadelphia Union for No. 2 overall and allocation money
FC Dallas trade No. 5 overall to Montreal Impact for No. 10 overall, allocation money and an international slot
Philadelphia Union trade No. 6 overall to FC Dallas for No. 10 overall and allocation money
Philadelphia Union trade No. 10 overall to Toronto FC for No. 15 overall and allocation money
Colorado Rapids trade No. 11 overall to New England Revolution for No. 12 overall and No. 19 overall
Montreal Impact trade No. 29 overall to D.C. United for an international slot

First Round

Team Pick Blog
1. Philadelphia Union Andre Blake, GK Brotherly Game
2. D.C. United Steve Birnbaum, D Black and Red United
3. Vancouver Whitecaps Christian Dean, D 86 Forever
4. New England Revolution Steve Neumann, M/F The Bent Musket
5. Montreal Impact Eric Miller, D Mount Royal Soccer
6. FC Dallas Tesho Akindele, M/F Big D Soccer
7. Whitecaps Andre Lewis, M 86 Forever
8. Seattle Sounders Damion Lowe, D Sounder at Heart
9. San Jose Earthquakes J.J. Koval, M Quake, Rattle and Goal
10. Toronto FC Nick Hagglund, D Waking the Red
11. New England Revolution Patrick Mullins, M/F The Bent Musket
12. Colorado Rapids Marlon Hairston, M Burgundy Wave
13. Chicago Fire Marco Franco, D Hot Time In Old Town
14. Crew Ben Sweat, D Massive Report
15. Union Pedro Ribeiro, M Brotherly Game
16. Houston Dynamo A.J. Cochran, D Dynamo Theory
17. Portland Timbers Schillo Tshuma, M/F Stumptown Footy
18. Real Salt Lake Ryan Neil, M/D RSL Soapbox
19. Rapids Grant van de Casteele, D Burgundy Wave

Second Round

Team Player Blog
20. Chivas USA Thomas McNamara, M/F The Goat Parade
21. Seattle Sounders Jimmy Ockford, D Sounder at Heart
22. New York Red Bulls Chris Duvall, D Once a Metro
23. LA Galaxy Kyle Venter, D LAG Confidential
24. Toronto FC Daniel Lovitz, M Waking the Red
25. Union Kevin Cope, D Brotherly Game
26. Timbers Taylor Peay, D Stumptown Footy
27. Union Robbie Derschang, M/D Brotherly Game
28. Earthquakes Joe Sofia, D Quake, Rattle and Goal
29. D.C. United Victor Muñoz, M Black and Red United
30. Whitecaps Mamadou Diouf, F 86 Forever
31. Revolution Alec Sundly, M The Bent Musket
32. Dynamo Mark Sherrod, F Dynamo Theory
33. Rapids Jared Watts, M Burgundy Wave
34. Red Bulls Eric Stevenson, M Once a Metro
35. Rapids John Berner, GK Burgundy Wave
36. Timbers Aaron Long, M Stumptown Footy
37. Impact George Malki, M Mout Royal Soccer
38. Sporting Kansas City Adnan Gabeljic, F The Daily Wiz