The 2016 Major League Soccer SuperDraft wrapped up on Tuesday with 10 Big Ten standouts earning spots on MLS clubs.
Maryland’s Tsubasa Endoh was the top Big Ten pick, coming in at No. 9 in the first round. Ivan Magalhaes of Maryland and Michigan State’s Zach Carroll were chosen in the second round, while Indiana’s Femi Hollinger-Janzen, Ohio State’s Chris Froschauer and Rutgers’ Mitchell Lurie and Mitchell Taintor went in the third round. In the fourth round, Northwestern’s Cole Missimo, Ohio State’s Liam Doyle and Penn State’s Brian James were drafted to MLS teams.
See below for the Big Ten representation in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. For the complete list of 2016 draft picks, click here.
No. 9 Tsubasa Endoh, Maryland, Toronto FC
No. 6 (26 overall) Ivan Magalhaes, Maryland, Houston Dynamo
No. 18 (38 overall) Zach Carroll, Michigan State, New York Red Bulls
No. 2 (43 overall) Chris Froschauer, Ohio State, Colorado Rapids
No. 3 (44 overall) Mitchell Lurie, Rutgers, Philadelphia Union
No. 10 (51 overall) Femi Hollinger-Janzen, Indiana, New England Revolution
No. 18 (59 overall) Mitchell Taintor, Rutgers, Toronto FC
No. 3 (64 overall) Cole Missimo, Northwestern, Philadelphia Union
No. 6 (67 overall) Liam Doyle, Ohio State, D.C. United
No. 19 (80 overall) Brian James, Penn State, Toronto FC