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Gonzalo Frechilla y Rafael Díaz dentro de los mejores jugadores para 3era y 4ta ronda Draft MLS

Balompiedominicano.com-Los dominicanos Gonzalo Frechilla y Rafael Díaz fueron colocados por la página oficial de la MLS dentro de los mejores jugadores para la 3era y 4ta ronda del Draft 2014 de la MLS.

Gonzalo de la cantera de la Escuela Bauger de Santo Domingo y de la Universidad Internacional de la Florida, es colocado entre los mejores medio-campistas ofensivos y Díaz esta entre los mejores porteros.

La 3era y 4ta ronda se llevará a cabo hoy martes a las 3 pm.

GOALKEEPERS: Similar to what we saw on Thursday, expect only one or a maximum two goalkeepers to be claimed.
  • Kees Heemskerk (College of Charleston): Ajax product is not as spectacular as No. 1 overall pick Andre Blake, but Dutchman can do it all in goal.
  • Raphael Ville (UAB): The Frenchman and Clarefontaine academy product is a no-assembly-required type of GK. Ready to use out of the box.
  • Brian Billings (Bradley): Explosive American 'keeper who has a knack for the big-time save. Has a shot as a third-string in MLS.
  • Rafael Diaz (St. John's): Wiry, athletic 'keeper with the lanky arms that help him make the game-changing save. Has physical skills that make him a good long-term project.
  • John McCarthy (LaSalle): Brave, agile goalkeeper who is bit erratic because of his daring. But his athleticism means the upside is significant.

ATTACKING MIDS: MLS teams rarely look to colleges for their attacking midfielders. These guys better be prepared to multi-task.
  • Alex Sweetin (St. Louis): One of the most technical, unpredictable creative mids in all of college soccer. Can be the Steve Neumann of Day 2 of the SuperDraft.
  • Enrique Cardenas (UC Irvine): Probably the shortest player coming out of college. But make no mistake, he's solid and feisty. Flashes of ex-Galaxy maestro Mauricio Cienfuegos.
  • Justin Portillo (Coastal Carolina):  While Cardenas is small and stocky, Portillo is small and slight. Are his pro-level soccer skills enough to get him picked?
  • Vaughn Spurrier (Temple):  Former Crew academy player is a good 1-v-1 specialist who excels in his work in tight spaces. Stands out for being a good athlete. But is he a better athlete than soccer player?
  • Patrick Huang (UAB): Lightning quick with exceptional skill. Won't be an easy fit in MLS -- he'll need a technical/possession team like RSL -- because of questions about his durability and defense.
  • Abraham Villon (San Diego State): Great soccer mind and deft passer, who'll need to show he can overcome his shortcomings when it comes to size, strength and defensive work.
  • Gonzalo Frechilla (FIU): Technical, hard-working player who ran the show at FIU and was always around the ball. His competitive side at times got the best of him and he was known to lose his composure.

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