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The Black-and-Red Trade Third Overall Pick In SuperDraft

The Black-and-Red Trade Third Overall Pick In SuperDraft

For the first time since 2010, the Black-and-Red did not select a player in the first two rounds of the MLS SuperDraft. Their second round pick was traded to Vancouver for veteran keeper David Ousted. Yesterday, with the third overall pick overall D.C. United elected to make a trade They traded that pick for $200,000 in allocation monies. Split evenly as $100,00 in Targeted Allocated Money and General Allocated Money. Ben Olsen addressed the media shortly after, it appears that D.C. United has it’s eyes on a few players and that money could possibly help seal those deals. 



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