Orlando City SC News

2022 MLS SuperDraft Live Updates

Christopher Adams
ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 29: The pitch is seen prior to the MLS Eastern Conference Semifinal playoff match between the New England Revolution and Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium on November 29, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images)
ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 29: The pitch is seen prior to the MLS Eastern Conference Semifinal playoff match between the New England Revolution and Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium on November 29, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images) /
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It’s Draft Day! Orlando City has the 18th, 46th and 74th picks in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft, and we’ll be providing updates on all three, plus any and all trades or other notable events that transpire.

2:30 P.M.

The 2022 MLS SuperDraft is LIVE. Pre-Show starts now, actual draft coming soon. Follow along for updates.

3:10 P.M.

After 40 minutes of pre-show and some words from Don Garber, expansion side Charlotte FC are officially on the clock.

As expected by many, Charlotte select midfielder Ben Bender from the University of Maryland.

3:20 P.M.

FC Cincinnati selects goalkeeper Roman Cenlentano from the University of Indiana.

3:25 P.M.

FC Dallas selects winger/fullback Isaiah Parker from Saint Louis University.

3:30 P.M.

The Houston Dynamo select striker Thor Ulfarsson from Duke University. Was mocked to Orlando City by MLSSoccer.com.

3:35 P.M.

Austin FC selects center back Kip Keller from Saint Louis University. This will be our last update until Orlando’s pick.

4:55 P.M.

After 17 picks, Orlando City are on the clock.

Orlando City selects forward Jack Lynn from the University of Notre Dame.

Lynn scored 31 goals and registered eight assists in 79 appearances in college and was a second team All-American in his senior season. Hailing from soccer hot-bed St. Louis, Lynn came into the draft as one of the top available forwards. Lynn led Notre Dame on a run through the NCAA tournament this fall, losing to Clemson on penalty kicks in the Final Four.

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