Three players were selected on Friday in Stage 1 of the Draft Re-Access 2018.
The head of the group was D.C Defender United Nick DeLeon, chosen by Toronto FC. DeLeon started his career as a midfielder but has moved back in recent years under Ben Olsen. He made 180 appearances with D.C. since being selected No. 7 generally in 2012 SuperDraft and a final for Rookie of the Year. The 28-year-old animal has been hampered by injuries over the last two terms but returned to score United States in the 116 minutes of his Knockout Round match against Columbus Crew SC.
Andre Rawls was the first player chosen on Friday, as the former keeper of the New York City was selected by the Colorado Rapids. The 26-year-old spent the last three terms with the Cityzens, but did not appear to the club. It could be in line with a backup role in Colorado after the Rapids traded Zac MacMath.
Donny Toia came to third player as he returned to Real Salt Lake almost eight years after becoming the first signs of the Homegrown Player club. He spent one season with RSL before it was released. He returned to MLS with Chivas USA in 2014 and has made 109 appearances over the last five years with Chivas, the Montreal Impact and Orlando City SC. Left left back in just four games in 2018 after he started 30 Lions matches in 2017.
Clubs have to use the option to the three selected players after everyone has seen their choices dropped after the season.
Selected teams in order of finishing during the 2018 season, taking into account play performance. San Jose earthquakes were the first choice and MLS Cup lastler, Atlanta United was the 23st choice. The expanding club that comes in The Cincinnati Commission was given the final option.