Well you have high expectations of Crystal Dunn, I'm not going to disagree that Dunn could be the best player in next years draft. She did win the Mac Hermann Trophy after all. But I do think you are under appreciating Kaelai Ohai and even Maya Hayes. Dunn may be considered a midfielder but she will be slotted in as an outside back. Why? its the way she plays. She isn't a possession midfielder like a Farrelly that can hold onto the ball. Dunn is all about speed, aggression and attacking. Perfect traits for an outside back which is where she is being used on the national team. And when she gets drafted that is where she will be used, as an outside back. So as a professional team, if you know Dunn is going to be allocated, and I don't see why Dunn won't be. Then more then likely your going to perfer her as an outside back since that is where the national team will be playing her there. If Dunn somehow doesn't get allocated, then everything is up in the air, because can a team with a top pick afford to pick Dunn as a first pick overall when they know the national team will be using her as an outside back? My feeling is no she will not be picked first overall because of this. As I stated before, if you have the first pick overall, then your team is in a rebuilding mode, and the key players that they MUST focus on is down the spine of the club. Centerback, midfielder and forward. If a team is weak in any of the positions, then they have to fix that weakness. Crystal Dunn is going to be a great player, but the national teams use of her in their roster is going to play a very big roll in how professional teams view her and if she is going to be an outside back, then Dunn is not a good pick as a top pick in a draft.