NWSL – 2013 Mock Draft v2.0

There’s been unofficial twitter confirmation that Portland’s Kendall Johnson, who just completed her redshirt junior season for the club, has entered tomorrow’s NWSL Draft. Obviously, she’ll be a hot commodity and a likely first round pick. We’ve updated our mock draft accordingly, though there’s been just one change to the first round.

ROUND ONE

1. Chicago – Kristen Mewis – M/F – Boston College
2. Washington – Christine Nairn – M – Penn State
3. FC Kansas City – Adrianna “AD” Franch – GK – Oklahoma State
4. Sky Blue FC – Caroline Miller – F – Virginia
5. Boston – Lindsi Lisonbee Cutshall – D – BYU
6. Western New York – Kendall Johnson – D – Portland
7. Seattle – Tiffany McCarty – F – Florida State
8. Portland – Rachel Quon – D – Stanford

ROUND TWO

9. Chicago – Tiffany Cameron – F – Ohio State
10. Washington – Zakiya Bywaters – M/F – UCLA
11. FC Kansas City – Erika Tymrak – M – Florida
12. Sky Blue FC – Colleen Williams – M/F – Dayton
13. Boston – Mariah Nogueira – M – Stanford
14. Western New York – Holly King – M – Florida
15. Seattle – Kathryn Williamson – D – Florida
16. Portland – Ally Miller – M/D – Marquette

ROUND THREE

17. Chicago – Amy Barczuk – D/M – Colorado
18. Washington – Alexa Gaul – GK – Boston College
19. FC Kansas City – Kaitlin Bast – F – Denver
20. Sky Blue FC – Carson Michalowski – D – Oklahoma State
21. Boston – Kylie Louw – M – Stephen F. Austin
22. Western New York – Cynthia Jacobo – GK – Cal State Northridge
23. Seattle – Casey Short – D/M – Florida State
24. Portland – Jackie Logue – D/M – Wake Forest

ROUND FOUR

25. Chicago – Haley Kopmeyer – GK – Michigan
26. Washington – Nadia Link – F – Long Beach State
27. FC Kansas City – Mallory Schaffer – M/F – William & Mary
28. Sky Blue FC – Natalie Norris – D – Utah State
29. Boston – Bri Rodriguez – M – West Virginia
30. Western New York – Alex Balcer – D – Long Beach State
31. Seattle – Betsy Hassett – M – Cal
32. Portland – Tara Campbell – GK – Duke

2 thoughts on “NWSL – 2013 Mock Draft v2.0

  1. George Nicholas

    Too 8 look strong, maybe top 10.. The rest will fight for places with free agents… Not the strongest draft. Next year it will be a battle for top spot.. That team gets Crystal Dunn.

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