Our initial thoughts on the three Supplemental Draft picks made by D.C. United today
The 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft is today. Follow along with other fans as #DCU makes its 3 picks.
Which team won yesterday's Kenny Cooper trade? Well, actually they both lost. All that and more as we review the 2012 MLS Draft.
Join the LiveThread and take the poll. Who should D.C. United take at No. 7 in the MLS Superdraft?
An attacking midfielder from the national champion? Enzo Martinez could be available for D.C. United at No. 7
Black-and-Red United's series on potential D.C. United draft picks continues. This time, we're looking at Creighton attacker Ethan Finlay.
D.C. United has the 7th overall pick in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. Black And Red United continues previewing players that United may end up selecting with some thoughts on Maryland striker Casey Townsend.
D.C. United could try to secure the left back position for the next decade with Tyler Polak. But is he ready?
D.C. United is drafting seventh overall in this year's SuperDraft, and there are some enticing prospects out there. Thoughts on Akron forward Darren Mattocks.
Matt Hedges is the most MLS-ready defender in the draft, and he could be available for United at No. 7
Attacking midfield isn't necessarily a big need for D.C. United, but Luis Silva might be hard to pass up
Andrew Wenger probably won't be available for D.C. United at No. 7, and he's pretty similar to Perry Kitchen, but if he's there, Ben Olsen should take him anyway.