Stage one of the MLS Re-Entry Draft was today, and the Dynamo, with the second pick, was one of three MLS clubs to select a player.
Dylan Remick, an MLS Cup champion with Seattle last season, will be coming to Houston.
@HoustonDynamo Woohoo!!— dylan remick (@dylanremick15) December 16, 2016
Remick is a 25-year old left back who played 500 minutes this season, starting six of the 11 matches for which he was healthy. The Illinois native joined the Sounders in 2013 after a successful collegiate career.
The acquisition of Remick could possibly signal the end of DaMarcus Beasley’s career in Houston.
The Dynamo's pick of Dylan Remick is a pretty good sign the club does not plan to re-sign fellow left back DaMarcus Beasley.— Corey Roepken (@RipSports) December 16, 2016
Orlando City and Seattle were the other clubs to make selections, both picking backup goalkeepers. Patrick McClain, a former Fire keeper, went to Orlando, while former Earthquakes reserve Brian Meredith will back up Stefan Frei at Century Link.
Stage two of the Re-Entry Draft will be held next Thursday.