The gay4soccer Draft Begins

The MLS SuperDraft was less than 24 hours ago and as always the amount of analysis out there on the blogs and on Twitter has been immense. People talk about college stats and how well a player performed at the combine. They talk about how well a draftee will fit in with the rest of the team that drafted them.

In fact there’s been so much of this kind of analysis that gay4soccer is going an entirely different direction and analyzing the MLS newbies on one thing and one thing only (at least in this series of posts): Their looks. 

Here’s how it works. The gay4soccer writing team took on the tough, arduous task of checking out the 2012 MLS SuperDraft picks. Independently of each other, we all gave our own evaluations of the players. When all of the data was in, it was then compiled and used to determine who our top ten draft picks would be, if we drafted them solely on how hot we thought they were. We will be proudly presenting you with these players throughout the day.

So let’s begin…the 2012 gay4soccer draft top ten…

#9 (tie) Dom Dwyer, Sporting Kansas City

Drafted from the University of South Florida

Forward

5′ 9″ 180 lbs

Actual draft pick #16

 

#9 (tie) Nick DeLeon, D.C. United

Drafted from the University of Louisville

Midfielder

5′ 10″ 170 lbs

Actual draft pick #7

 

#7 (tie) Tommy Meyer, L.A. Galaxy

Drafted from Indiana University

Defender

6′ 2″ 175 lbs

Actual draft pick #19

 

#7 (tie) Andrew Wenger, Montreal Impact

Drafted from Duke University

Defender

6′ 185 lbs

Actual draft pick #1

 

Well, there you have the first quartet in our gay4soccer draft top ten. Come back in a bit for the next batch of new MLS players we’ll have our eye on in 2012.

(photos from Sporting Kansas City, University of Louisville, L.A. Galaxy, and Montreal Impact)

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Posted on 01/13/2012, in Guys & Gals We Like, MLS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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