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Discussion in 'MLS: News & Analysis' started by 3rd Degree, Dec 13, 2005.
Starting our 5th annual SuperDraft rankings is keepers.
Ummm, Dunsheath is staying in school to earn his graduate degree. So you can take him off the list. Bump everybody else up one spot.
If he is still draftable someone will take him and just let him finish and report next year. MLS teams hold a drafted players MLS rights for 2 seasons.
But the info is worth adding to his note.
True he is still draftable, although the situation will certainly affect where he is taken in the draft, if at all. Certainly you will not have a Chivas or an RSL "wasting" their first or even second pick on him. They need improvement a.s.a.p.
he was not within a mile of the first two picks anyway. I would not expect to see a senior GK go until round 3 at earliest.
Just like last year when there wasn't supposted to be a GK drafted until the 3rd round and then the second overall pick was Guzan.
Edit: After reading this quote from 3rd degree I should have given you the benifit of the doubt there 3rd degree. My Bad.
"I reported multiple times that Chivas would take The Worm (aka Brad Guzan) second overall despite the disbelief of many readers. I also ranked Jay Nolly 2nd among keepers."
No problem, there is some real top notch talent in the lower classes. If some GA GKs sign it will change things greatly. It's just the senior class I think is a bit thin.
I may change my mind of course after the combine.