2015 MLS SuperDraft concludes with Rounds 3-4
The Seattle Sounders selected Hermann Trophy finalist Andy Craven with the 48th overall pick as the 2015 MLS SuperDraft concluded on Tuesday with the final two rounds.
Craven, a forward from North Carolina, was an all-American as a senior, scoring 15 goals in 22 games for the Tar Heels.
The league conducted the opening two rounds last week, with Orlando City selecting UConn's Cyle Larin with the first selection.
Both MLS expansion franchises opened Round 3 on Tuesday by selecting goalkeepers. Orlando took Earl Edwards Jr. from UCLA, while New York City FC selected Andre Rawls from St. Mary's.
Late in the fourth round, FC Dallas selected Canadian winger Jaineil Hoilett, the younger brother of Queens Park Rangers player Junior Hoilett.
Also on Tuesday, the New York Red Bulls acquired goalkeeper Kyle Reynish from the Chicago Fire in exchange for a third-round selection in next year's draft.
2015 MLS SuperDraft, Round 3
2015 MLS SuperDraft, Round 4
2015 MLS SuperDraft, supplemental picks