We’re just nine days from the National Women’s Soccer League College Draft, and things are starting to heat up as teams make trades and rosters start to take shape. We already know that two players who were projected as first-rounders at some point this fall, Florida State’s Deyna Castellanos and South Carolina’s Grace Fisk, are headed to Europe.
But there is still plenty of uncertainty. Players can register up to 4 p.m. ET on the day before the draft, so the preliminary list of registered players released by the league is just that — preliminary.
And that goes for who holds the picks, too… as of Monday morning, the Orlando Pride were still in the No. 1 spot, but plenty of noise was being made about the Portland Thorns moving up.
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