The 2022 MLS SuperDraft, presented by adidas, gets underway on Jan. 11 at 11:30am PT. Watch the first round streamed live on MLSsoccer.com and follow this live blog for draft updates from the draft room at Providence Park. The Portland Timbers currently hold the 27th selection in each of the day's three rounds.
How the SuperDraft works
MLSsoccer.com with a quick primer on the structure and impact of the draft.
All the teams. All the picks.
Draft Eligible Players
See who's available.
Generation adidas Players
Generation adidas is a joint program between MLS and adidas that sees a handful of top collegiate underclassmen and youth national team players signed by MLS to Generation adidas contracts and made available in the SuperDraft.
MLSsoccer.com Mock Draft
See who the writers at MLSsoccer.com think will go where.
Getting Set Up
Portland Timbers technical staff set up at Tanner Ridge in Providence Park with their draft room for the day's selections.
Round One - Justin Rasmussen, Grand Canyon University
With the 27th pick in the MLS SuperDraft, Portland selected from the Grand Canyon University, defender Justin Rasmussen. Rasmussen is a speedy full back who played in a program led by head coach Leonard Griffin who was a former Timbers player in the USL era and a former assistant coach at the University of Portland.
Round Two - Julian Bravo, Santa Clara
Round Two saw the Timbers pick up Julian Bravo from Santa Clara. Bravo is projected as a defender.
Round Three - Sivert Haugli, Virginia Tech
Closing out the day's selections for Portland, the Timbers took Sivert Haugli, a 6'5" defender from Virginia Tech. Haugli's father played center back for Hamarkameratne in the Norwegian top flight.