Andy Craven chases a ball for Seattle Sounders

The Seattle Sounders announced a pair of roster moves on Monday, when the club announced that they have signed forward Andy Craven and goalkeeper Tyler Miller to 2016 contracts.

Both Craven and Miller were selected by Seattle in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft. Craven started the year with the Sounders’ USL affiliate, Sounders FC 2, before signing with the first team on June 27. A third round selection in last January’s draft, Craven, 23, made three MLS appearances for Seattle before a knee injury ended his season.

"Andy is a player that provides great speed and athleticism in the attack, either up front or on the wing," Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid said in a club statement. "He was making good progress for us this past year before his injury, and we look forward to having him in camp and healthy for the upcoming season."

Seattle drafted Miller in the second round of last year’s SuperDraft, but the Northwestern University product chose to initially sign with SVN Zweibrücken of the German fourth division. The 22-year-old eventually signed with S2 on July 9, playing one game for the club before undergoing thumb surgery on July 28.

"Tyler has great potential as a goalkeeper and showed promise in the limited time we had to work with him last season," said Schmid. "We're excited to continue that development in 2016 as he works further with our staff and the rest of the goalkeeper group."

Sounders FC begins their preseason preparation for the 2016 campaign next month before taking part in a pair of Desert Friendlies in Tucson against Vancouver Whitecaps FC and the Portland Timbers in early February. Additional preseason details will be announced in the weeks ahead.