It really should, or at least the MLS/USL superdraft. But does it make MLS look bad that the college kids aren't up to their standard? Without that, your point, that continuing to draft them is a bit of an odd if they can't make a roster, is a good one. OTOH, they are college kids so they are supposed to be smart. They can probably figure out where they stand in the world of professional soccer. It's an interesting issue, because top players here very rarely opt to attend university, and in the rare cases when they do, they certainly don't play for their uni club. I admit, I'm stumped for a recent example, all I can think of is Steve Coppell reading his econ texts while on ManU roadtrips.There have to be more recent examples, though.