MLS SuperDraft 2013: Elite Talent Sure to Shine Brightest in Pros

With the MLS SuperDraft tomorrow, it's time to look at which drafted players will shine the brightest in the professional ranks. Below are just a few players who can make a difference in the MLS.  Ryan Hollingshead, MF, UCLA Ryan Hollingshead was the 2012 Pac-12 Player of the Year after scoring three game-winning goals and leading the great Bruins team in points. He finished third in the conference in points. The true senior excelled in both phases of the game and will add tremendous value to whichever team selects him.  Kofi Opare, D, Michigan Kofi Opare is a dual citizen of Canada and the United States. Playing at Michigan, that could come in handy. More importantly, though, he was a key member of the U-20 USA team. His improvement as a collegiate player is evidenced by his increased impact at the offensive end throughout his career. At 6’2”, 200 lbs. he possesses the size to compete at the MLS level. His experience will no doubt come in handy as a rookie.  Carlos Alvarez, MF, UCONN Alvarez is expected to be drafted with the second pick by Chivas USA, as intimated by Kyle McCarthy here. Players selected second in any sport ...
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