FC Dallas stayed local tonight during the first MLS Supplemental Draft since 2007. With the 35th and 53rd picks in the draft FCD added two SMU Mustangs in goalkeeper Craig Hill and midfielder Kekoa Osorio.
In 20 games in goal last year, Hill posted a 1.06 goals against average to go along with four shutouts according to smumustangs.com.
Meanwhile Osorio made Second Team All-Conference USA while helping SMU’s defense allow only 22 goals on the season.
Also added in the supplemental draft is Seton Hall’s Brayan Martinez. As a senior Martinez scored six goals to go with two assists for the Pirates and was named to the Second Team All-Big East.
Last Friday FCD bulked up even more in the SuperDraft when they got Bobby Warshaw (1st round, 17th overall pick), Charlie Campbell (2nd round, 35th overall pick) and Scott Gordon (3rd round, 53rd overall pick).
Warshaw is a three-time First Team All-Pac 10 player, First Team All American as a junior, from Stanford.
Campbell was a four year starter at Virginia Tech, and due to an injury his junior year, he received a medical redshirt that afforded him one more year of eligibility. He transferred to Louisville where he scored six goals to go along with two assists.
Finally, Scott Gordon was the only Division 2 player taken in the SuperDraft when FCD took him with the 53rd overall pick. He scored five goals as a defenseman, while helping Lynn University post 10 shutouts on the year.
So, after the draft(s), it looks like FC Dallas is primed to make another run at the championship.