Revs draft Neumann, Mullins in 2014 MLS SuperDraft

Revs draft Neumann, Mullins in 2014 MLS SuperDraft
January 16, 2014, 2:15 pm
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The Revs added two players to their squad on Thursday in the MLS SuperDraft.

With their first pick (4th overall), the Revs selected Steve Neumann, a Midfielder/forward out of Georgetown.

With their second pick (11th overall), the Revs selected Patrick Mullins, a forward out of Maryland.

Neumann, who hails from New Hope, PA, earned First Team All-Big East, and Big East Offensive Player of the Year honors during his seniors season. He scored 10 goals and had six assists in 21 games (all starts), leading the Big East in scoring as the co-captain. In his junior season, he scored 10 goals and had 13 assists, while earning numerous honors as his Hoyas reached the college Cup final.

Mullins could pan out to be a steal at No. 11. The 6-foot-1, 172-pound forward from New Orleans, LA won the prestigious MAC Hermann Trophy award as both a senior and junior. The award is given out to the best player in NCAA Division I soccer. In his senior year, he led his Terrapins to the NCAA College Cup championship final with 19 goals and eight assists in the regular season, and five goals and two assists in the postseason. He finished his collegiate career with 47 goals and 25 assists in four seasons.