Tuesday, January 10, 2012

MLS SuperDraft high on attacking talent, risk-reward selections

There are two traits prevalent among the top prospects available in Thursday's MLS SuperDraft: finishing and creating. Even with two of the country's best young attacking players, North Carolina forward Billy Schuler and Virginia winger Brian Span, going after professional offers in Sweden, there is still plenty of attacking talent to be had in Thursday's two-round affair, and that should be reflected by the majority of early selections in the draft. The depth chart is not as extensive on the defensive end of the field, but the top tier of defending prospects, especially central defenders, can certainly step in to the right situation and plug holes across the back of MLS lineups. Here are 30 of the top collegiate players available, sorted by position. (Generation adidas players -- underclassmen who left school early to sign with the league and whose salaries will not count against their teams' salary cap -- are noted):

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