FC Dallas grabbed goalkeeper Dan Kennedy with the No. 1 pick and the Sounders passed at No. 19 during Wednesday afternoon’s 2014 MLS dispersal draft of former Chivas USA players.
New York City FC selected midfielder Matthew Dunn with the second pick, while Sporting Kansas City passed with the third — as all but seven teams did.
The full results of the draft are below:
|1||FC Dallas||Dan Kennedy||G|
|2||New York City FC||Matthew Dunn||M|
|4||D.C. United||Thomas McNamara||F/M|
|5||New England Revolution||PASS|
|6||Montreal Impact||Donny Toia||D|
|7||Orlando City SC||PASS|
|8||Colorado Rapids||Caleb Calvert||M|
|9||San Jose Earthquakes||Kristopher Tyrpak||F|
|10||Real Salt Lake||PASS|
|14||Toronto FC||Marco Delgado||M|
|15||Columbus Crew SC||PASS|
|18||New York Red Bulls||PASS|
|19||Seattle Sounders FC||PASS|
|20||Vancouver Whitecaps FC||PASS|
NOTE: All eligible clubs — those who had picked a player in Round 1 — passed in Round 2.
MLS clubs acquiring Dispersal Draft players must take players at their full 2015 budget charges and options must be exercised, including any associated transfers or loans. Players unselected in today’s Dispersal Draft will take part in the Re-Entry Draft, if eligible, or will be made available via the Waiver Draft on Dec. 10.