Complete 2011 MLS Supplemental Draft List

Following the high-profile MLS SuperDraft in Baltimore last week, clubs took part in a much more subdued Supplemental Draft on Tuesday.

The Vancouver Whitecaps snatched up central defender Michael Boxall first overall. The New Zealand international can rue a poor Combine performance for slipping through the SuperDraft unclaimed, but will now set about earning a contract with the expansion side.

Teams took turns for three rounds, trying to select role-playing bargains or players who have slipped under the radar.

There was a slight familial feel to several picks. Toronto's first round selection, at eighth overall, JC Banks, is the son of former U.S. international, Jimmy Banks. In the second round, 34th overall, the Los Angeles Galaxy selected Dustin McCarty, brother of D.C. United midfielder Dax. And U.S. international winger Alejandro Bedoya's brother, Santiago, went first in the third round to Vancouver.

Freddy Adu's brother, Fro, went undrafted.

Full list:

ROUND ONE: 1, Vancouver, Michael Boxall, D, Cal-Santa Barbara; 2, Portland, Spencer Thompson, F, Cal-Irvine; 3, Los Angeles (from DC), Daniel Keat, M, Dartmouth; 4, New York (from CHV), Jimmy Maurer, GK, South Carolina; 5, Philadelphia, Ryan Richter, F, LaSalle; 6, New England, Hunter Christiansen, M, Tulsa; 7, Houston, Evan Newton, GK, Old Dominion; 8, Toronto, Jimmy "JC" Banks, M, Wisc-Green Bay; 9, Chicago, Amani Walker, F, Cal-Irvine; 10, Kansas City, Sam Scales, M, Ohio State; 11, Seattle, Josh Ford, GK, Connecticut; 12, Portland (from DC, CLB), Robby Lynch, M, Evansville; 13, Toronto (from NY), Steven Beattie, F, Northern Kentucky; 14, Real Salt Lake, Jeff Attinella, GK, South Florida; 15, Dallas (from SJ), Alexis Pradie, D, Embry-Riddle; 16, Los Angeles (from DC, LA), Ryan Thomas, D, Stanford; 17, Dallas, Paul Ogunyemi, F, Schoolcraft College; 18, Dallas (from COL), Brayan Martinez, M, Seton Hall.

ROUND TWO: 19, Vancouver, Joe Anderson, M, Coastal Carolina; 20, Portland, Raymundo Reza, F, San Diego State; 21, D.C. United, Blake Brettschneider, F, South Carolina; 22, Chivas USA, Ernesto Carranza, M, Sac. State; 23, Philadelphia, Josh Walburn, M, Princeton; 24, New England, Fernando Cabadas, M, Sac. State; 25, Houston, Sergio Castillo, M, Creighton; 26, Toronto, Spencer Thompson, M, Michigan State; 27, Chicago, Yannick Salmon, M, Rutgers; 28, Kansas City, Mike Jones, D, Southern Illinois-Edwardsville; 29, Seattle, Corey Attaway, M, Cal-Irvine; 30, Columbus, Ben Sippola, D, Butler; 31, New York, Teddy Schneider, D, Princeton; 32, Real Salt Lake, Drew Cost, M, Penn State; 33, San Jose, Philip Tuttle, GK, Notre Dame; 34, Los Angeles, Dustin McCarty, M, North Carolina; 35, Dallas, Ariel Kekoa Osorio, M, SMU; 36, Colorado, Phil Bannister, F, Loyola-Maryland.

ROUND THREE: 37, Vancouver, Santiago Bedoya, D, Northeastern; 38, Portland, Taylor Mueller, D, Washington; 39, D.C. United, PASS; 40, Chivas USA, Curtis Ushedo, D, Alabama Birmingham; 41, Philadelphia, Matt Marcin, M, Providence; 42, New England, Andrew Sousa, M, Providence; 43, Houston, PASS; 44, Toronto, Scott Rojo, M, High Point; 45, Chicago, Sam Arthur, F, South Carolina; 46, Kansas City, Michal Mravec, M, Alabama Birmingham;47, Seattle, Sean Morris, M, Seattle; 48, Columbus, Andy Adlard, M, Indiana; 49, New York, PASS; 50, Real Salt Lake, Nick Love, F, Gonzaga; 51, San Jose, Victor Cortez, D, San Francisco; 52, Los Angeles, Zach Johnson, GK, West Virginia; 53, Dallas, Craig Hill, GK, SMU; 54, Colorado, Javed Mohammed, D, South Florida.

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