Dan Lauletta, Chelsey Bush and John Halloran take a close look back at the 2014 National Women’s Soccer League Draft, which featured a number of players from “that” U-20 United States national team. It’s also the draft where the last pick ended up becoming an MVP candidate. Which players have developed the most? Which teams got the best value for their picks?
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