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SB Nation Mock Draft: Dynamo select Griffin Dorsey

On fake draft day the Dynamo went with offensive power.

BLOOMINGTON, IN - NOVEMBER 25, 2018 - Griffin Dorsey during the game between the Air Force Falcons and the Indiana Hoosiers at Bill Armstrong Stadium in Bloomington, IN.

This week the MLS will be holding their annual SuperDraft of incoming college talent. To prepare for the Draft the soccer blogs at SBN got together to hold their annual Mock Draft. For this year’s draft the Dynamo hold the number eight selection which means that Dynamo Theory got to select eighth.

Our approach to the draft was simple take the best player available.

With the eighth pick of the SBN Mock SuperDraft Dynamo Theory selects Griffin Dorsey.

A forward, Dorsey signed a Generation Adidas contract leaving college after his sophomore year to go pro. Salaries for GA players do not count against the team’s budget which is great for the Dynamo as they have Champions League to consider this season. Dorsey scored five goals and tallied five assists during 2018. In 2017 he scored three goals and had six assists. He is also a member of the USMNT U-20 team and was part of the team that won the CONCACAF Championship.

While he has played as a forward in college Top Drawer Soccer projects him to be an outside attacker/winger in MLS. The Colorado native is skilled off the ball and can help provide depth for a squad that needs it.

Full SBN Mock Draft:

1. CIN – Tajon Buchanon

2. SJ – Frankie Amaya

3. ORL – Callum Montgomery

4. DAL – Siad Haji

5. CHI – Akeem Ward

6. TOR – Dayne St. Clair

7. MIN – Brad Dunwell

8. HOU – Griffin Dorsey

9. NE – Sergio Rivas

10. DAL – John Nelson

11. NE – Marcello Borges

12. LA – Prosper Figbe

13. PHI – JJ Williams

14. DC – Logan Gdula

15. COL – Andre Shinyashiki

16. LAFC – Wouter Verstraaten

17. RSL – DeJuan Jones

18. CLB – Ryan Sierakowski

19. NYC – Santiago Patiño

20. SEA – Hassani Dotson

21. SKC – Camden Riley

22. RBNY – Peter-Lee Vassell

23. POR – Abdi Mohamed

24. ATL – Rece Buckmaster