The final two rounds of the MLS SuperDraft took place on Monday, January 14th via conference call and lasted less than 45 minutes. FC Cincinnati had three total picks to use at the #49, #61, and #85 spots. However, they opted to only use one, selecting a forward from a small private college in Connecticut. Thereafter, the technical staff opted to pass on their final two selections of the draft.
Round 3 – Pick #49 – Rashawn Dally
From: Bloomfield, CT (holds U.S. and Jamaican citizenship)
College: Quinnipiac University
Stats: From the
“Dally recorded 16 points and 15 assists in his career with the Bobcats, playing in 78 career games – which ranks tied for No. 5 in program history. He tallied six goals and six assists in 2018 to finish second on the team in total scoring (18 points). Dally recorded 15 points (five goals, five assists) in MAAC play. “
In March of 2018, Dally was also called into the senior Jamaican national team camp. He has featured in match play for the Reggae Boyz at the U-18 and U-20 levels.
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