NASHVILLE – It’s a beautiful day to make history…again.
Nashville SC continues its unforgettable offseason as the club participates in its first-ever MLS SuperDraft today. After the MLS Expansion Priority Draft in October 2019, Nashville was awarded the second overall pick in this year’s SuperDraft.
The club selected defender Jack Maher from Indiana University with the second overall pick.
With the 11th pick, acquired via trade with the Colorado Rapids, the club selected defender Alistair Johnston from Wake Forest University.
After acquiring the 13th pick from the New England Revolution, Nashville SC selected keeper Elliot Panicco from UNC Charlotte.
With the 28th pick, the club selected Nashville native Tanner Dieterich from Clemson.
With the 2nd pick of the 3rd round, Nashville SC selected another Tennessee native, forward Shak Adams from Florida Gulf Coast University.
With the 2nd pick of the 4th round, the club selected Luke Haakenson from Creighton University.
This concludes the 2020 MLS SuperDraft presented by adidas.