Four players selected in final rounds of MLS SuperDraft

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BALTIMORE -- Four Pac-12 men’s soccer players were selected in the final two rounds of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft on Tuesday. Two Conference players were selected in the third round, including WASHINGTON’s James Moberg and UCLA’s Javan Torre. In the fourth and final round of the draft, STANFORD’s Ty Thompson was drafted as well as Husky midfielder Josh Heard.

Seven total Pac-12 products were drafted. Stanford’s Brandon Vincent and Washington’s Ryan Herman were chosen in the first round, while Stanford’s Eric Verso was selected in the second round.

Round 1
4. Brandon Vincent (STAN), Chicago Fire
17. Ryan Herman (WASH), FC Dallas
Round 2
34. Eric Verso (STAN), Montreal Impact
Round 3
50. James Moberg (WASH), Vancouver Whitecaps FC
56. Javan Torre (UCLA), Colorado Rapids
Round 4
69. Ty Thompson (STAN), San Jose Earthquakes
71. Josh Heard (WASH), Vancouver Whitecaps FC
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