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MLS SuperDraft 2018 Live Tracker

The 2018 MLS SuperDraft gets underway at 11:00 a.m. ET from Philadelphia. Follow along with us.

MLS SuperDraft 2018 Live Tracker

The 2018 MLS SuperDraft gets underway at 11:00 a.m. ET from Philadelphia. Follow along with us.

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LAFC selects Joao Moutinho with first overall pick in MLS draft

LAFC selects Joao Moutinho with first overall pick in MLS draft

LAFC selects Joao Moutinho with first overall pick in MLS draft

LAFC selects Joao Moutinho with first overall pick in MLS draft

Los Angeles FC selects Joao Moutinho with first overall pick in MLS draft

The MLS expansion team chose the Akron defender with the first overall pick, while Tomas Hilliard-Arce went second to the LA Galaxy

LIVE: 2018 MLS SuperDraft Stream, Picks, Full Results

The 2018 MLS SuperDraft is here, with the annual event kicking off Friday in Philadelphia.

The draft is a four-round affair, with the first two taking place as part of the national soccer coaches' convention, and the following two taking place over a conference call two days later.

The draft field includes seven Generation Adidas players–star underclassmen whose salary will not count against a drafting club's budget until they hit a certain playing time allotment. Those seven players are: Mo Adams (M, Syracuse), Francis Atuahene (F, Michigan), Joao Moutinho (D, Akron), Edward Opoku (F, Virginia), Mason Toye (F, Indiana), Ema Twumasi (M, Wake Forest) and Gordon Wild (F, Maryland).

You can watch the full draft live, streaming via MLS, here starting at 11 a.m. ET:

Here is the order for the 2018 MLS SuperDraft (refresh for most recent picks; * indicates Generation Adidas):

ROUND 1

1. Los Angeles FC - Joao Moutinho, D, Akron*

Many project Moutinho as a left back despite him starring as a central defender for Akron, and with Walker Zimmerman and Laurent Ciman already projected as the starting tandem, he'll have a hard time breaking through in the center. He'll occupy an international roster slot, but as a Generation Adidas signing, he won't count against the cap. He came through the Sporting Lisbon academy prior to heading to Akron.

2. LA Galaxy - Tomas Hilliard-Arce, D, Stanford

A three-time national champion center back, Hilliard-Arce is seen as one of the safer bets in the draft class. The Galaxy were uncharacteristically poor in the back last season, and Hilliard-Arce could help plug the holes.

3. Los Angeles FC (via D.C. United) - Tristan Blackmon, D, Pacific

The expansion side reportedly dealt $100,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and $100,000 in General Allocation Money to D.C. to take Blackmon, a right back who shot up draft charts after his showing at this past week's MLS Combine in Orlando. It's another defensive move for LAFC, which has already loaded up in the attack with Carlos Vela and Diego Rossi.

4. FC Dallas (via Montreal Impact, via Colorado Rapids) - Francis Atuahene, F, Michigan*

FC Dallas spent $200,000 in allocation money to trade up for Atuahene, a speed demon out of Michigan who will man the wing for Oscar Pareja's side.

5. Chicago Fire (via Minnesota United) - Jon Bakero, F, Wake Forest

The Fire spent big to move up, sending $75,000 in GAM, $100,000 in TAM, the 15th overall pick and a player to be named later (which wound up being goalkeeper Matt Lampson) to Minnesota for Bakero, the Hermann Trophy winner, MLS Combine MVP and son of former Spanish national team and Barcelona standout Jose Mari Bakero. He scored 16 goals and assisted on 14 more in a stellar senior year with the Demon Deacons.

6. Orlando City - Chris Mueller, F, Wisconsin

Mueller led the nation in assists in 2017 with 20 and added nine goals. With Cyle Larin appearing to be on his way to Besiktas, the Lions could be looking for attacking depth, and Mueller is the man to provide it.

7. Minnesota United (via Montreal Impact) - Mason Toye, F, Indiana*

Minnesota turned around and sent $150,000 of TAM to Montreal after netting $100,000 of it from Chicago and used it to take Toye, a 6-foot-3 forward who had 10 goals with Indiana and is the youngest player in the draft at 19.

8. New England Revolution (via Philadelphia Union) - Brandon Bye, D, Western Michigan

Bye projects as a right back despite starring in the midfield at Western Michigan, where he scored 12 goals and added seven assists in his senior season.

9. New England Revolution - Mark Segbers, D, Wisconsin

The Revs take another outside back in Segbers, another winger who projects as a defender. A redundant pick for the Revolution after taking Bye. Segbers had five goals and seven assists as a senior.

10. Chicago Fire (via Real Salt Lake) - Mo Adams, M, Syracuse*

The Fire sent $85,000 of allocation money to RSL to take another impact player in Adams, a defensive midfielder who will have a pair of solid models to follow in Bastian Schweinsteiger and Dax McCarty.

11. FC Dallas - Ema Twumasi, M, Wake Forest*

Like the Revs, FC Dallas went with a redundant second pick in Twumasi after taking Atuahene. On the plus side, both are GA signings who won't count against the cap, but both are also international signings, and those roster slots are limited. FC Dallas clearly isn't put off by that fact, going after the impact attacking players in this class.

12. San Jose Earthquakes - Paul Marie, D, Florida International

An attacking player who projects as a defender in MLS, Marie impressed at the MLS Combine and is a depth signing for an Earthquakes side in the midst of a transition period.

13. Sporting Kansas City - Eric Dick, GK, Butler

The first goalkeeper is off the board, and it's the 6-foot-5 backstop who showed well at the Combine and was expected by many to be the first GK chosen. He's not a pick for the present, with reigning MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Tim Melia firmly entrenched in the starting lineup.

14. Atlanta United - Jon Gallagher, F, Notre Dame

Gallagher scored 39 goals in his four years at Notre Dame (27 in his final two seasons). He enters the league as an international player, which didn't scare Atlanta away for a second straight year after landing Rookie of the Year Julian Gressel in 2017's draft.

15. Minnesota United (via Chicago Fire) - Wyatt Omsberg, D, Darmouth

Omsberg has drawn rave reviews and his bandwagon only got more packed during the Combine. At 6-foot-4, he certainly has the size and agility to fit the position.

16. New York Red Bulls - Brian White, F, Duke

White is a New Jersey native and he's spent time with the Red Bulls' U-23 side in PDL, so he's already familiar with the organization, and vice versa. White scored 10 goals as a senior.

17. Vancouver Whitecaps - Justin Fiddes, D, Washington

The versatile left back possesses blazing speed and joins a Whitecaps defensive unit that was in the middle of the pack in terms of goals allowed a season ago.

18. Sporting Kansas City (via Portland Timbers) - Graham Smith, D, Denver

Smith figures to be another depth project for Sporting KC, which is set at center back with Ike Opara and Matt Besler but is casting an eye on the future. A season in USL with Swope Park Rangers should be expected.

19. New York City FC - Jeff Caldwell, GK, Virginia

Caldwell won't supplant Sean Johnson as NYCFC's starting goalkeeper, but he was at the top of the list of goalkeepers available in the draft and he'll compete with Andre Rawls for backup minutes.

20. Houston Dynamo - Michael Nelson, GK, SMU

Another goalkeeper flies off the board, with Nelson not having to travel far to link up with his new club. After Tyler Deric's situation unclear following his legal issues, adding another keeper was a priority for the club.

21. Columbus Crew

22. Seattle Sounders

23. Toronto FC

ROUND 2

24. Los Angeles FC

25. Colorado Rapids (via LA Galaxy)

26. Vancouver Whitecaps (via D.C. United)

27. Colorado Rapids

28. Minnesota United

29. FC Dallas (via Orlando City)

30. San Jose Earthquakes (via Montreal Impact)

31. New York Red Bulls (via Philadelphia Union)

32. Columbus Crew (via New England Revolution)

33. Real Salt Lake

34. FC Dallas

35. San Jose Earthquakes

36. Atlanta United (via Sporting Kansas City)

37. Montreal Impact (via Atlanta United)

38. Chicago Fire

39. New York Red Bulls

40. LA Galaxy (via Vancouver Whitecaps)

41. Minnesota United (via Portland Timbers)

42. New York City FC

43. Houston Dynamo

44. Columbus Crew

45. Seattle Sounders

46. Toronto FC

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