Sounders take left back Dylan Remick with 2nd-round pick

The two-round MLS SuperDraft just wrapped up, and with its second pick, Sounders FC took Dylan Remick, a left back from Brown University.

Remick was a three-time, first-team All-Ivy League selection, has the speed to provide an attacking element out of the back (he was a 400-meter sectional champ in high school). Sounders FC coach Sigi Schmid expressed a desire to perhaps add youth to the mix at left back, so the pick hardly comes as a surprise.

Here is Remick’s draft bio from MLS.com.

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