Oscar Pareja and Dave Dir were both featured on MLS' SuperDraft series 'Inside The SuperDraft'.
Four new players will be in camp for the Colorado Rapids following the Supplemental Draft, but they're all longshots to make the roster.
Just about every analyst on the internet was a fan of the draft moves made by the Colorado Rapids, and they're getting accolades in the draft grades around the web.
Burgundy Wave spoke to Rapids technical director Paul Bravo following the draft, and got some insight as to who the Rapids were looking for, a few player roles for the future, trade talks that got nixed and more.
Rapids complete their Draft domination with the announcement of signing their most anticipated Academy product, Dillon Serna.
A source reportedly told Union blog The Brotherly Game that they were trying to trade up to snag the former Reading United player.
I spoke to Dillon Powers briefly after he was drafted by the Colorado Rapids, asking a few questions given to me by Twitter.
The Colorado Rapids will more than likely be using DeShorn Brown as a center forward for the future.
This season's SB Nation MLS Mock Draft did not include me thanks to a medical misadventure, but it's still an interesting mock as usual.
Paul Bravo seemed to indicate before the draft that the Rapids could go for the best player available, eschewing their needs.
Jose Gomez, a possible pick for the Rapids in the 2013 MLS Draft, had a pretty blah performance against Indiana in the College Cup.
What positions should the Rapids focus on in the 2013 Draft, and with which picks should those positions be focused on? Defense should be a focus, but what about the oft-talked about attacking midfielder position they are being linked with?