SuperDraft: Here are the 257 players that are eligible for the 2015 MLS SuperDraft

Who will your team draft? It's never easy to predict, but you can be sure of one thing: he'll be on this list.

Every year, MLS teams are required to submit a list of players they may be interested in drafting. Add those players to a group of five underclassmen signed to Generation adidas contracts and six internationally-based players, and you have 257 young men eligible for the 2015 MLS SuperDraft, beginning at 12:30 pm ET on Thursday with Rounds 1 and 2 streaming LIVE on MLSsoccer.com.

Hailing from New Hampshire to San Diego and across the globe, 82 of these players will be selected by MLS coaches looking at this same list when the draft gets underway on Thursday and concludes with Rounds 3 and 4 on Tuesday, Jan. 20.

Do you think your school as a shot? Have you watched any of the players in a game? Do they have what it takes? Share your thoughts in the comments section below:

257 PLAYERS ELIGIBLE FOR THE 2015 MLS SUPERDRAFT

*=signed by MLS
^=signed by MLS, Generation adidas

AKRON (2): Saad Abdul-Salaam*, Clint Caso

ALBANY (1): Brandon Wilson

BOSTON COLLEGE (1): Giuliano Frano

BOSTON UNIVERSITY (1): Dominique Badji

BOWLING GREEN (2): Danny Baraldi, Jon Kumher

BUTLER (2): Brandon Fricke, Zach Steinberger

CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO (1): Steve Palacios

CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD (1): Joe Masumiya

CAL STATE FULLERTON (4): Marc Fenelus, Garrett Losee, Ian Ramos, Amara Souormah

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE (2): Sagi Lev-Ari, Edwin Rivas

CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY (4): Connor Hallisey*, Stefano Bonomo, Seth Casiple, Justin Taillole

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS (2): Martin del Campo*, Mathew Sheldon

CALIFORNIA-IRVINE (3): Lester Hayes, Cameron Iwasa, Gor Kirakosyan

CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES (4): Earl Edwards, Jr., Aaron Simmons, Leo Stolz, Andrew Tusaazemajja

CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE (1): Otis Earle*

CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA (1): Kevin Garcia-Lopez

CANISIUS COLLEGE (1): Asani Samuels

CENTRAL FLORIDA (1): Romario Williams^

CHICO STATE (1): Michael janjigian

CLEMSON (3): Amadou Dia, Chris Glodack, Manolo Sanchez

CLEVELAND STATE (1): Mike Derezic

COASTAL CAROLINA (6): Ricky Garbanzo, Kevin LeBras, Shawn McLaws, Ollivier Gueguen, Ridge Robinson, Uchenna Uzo

CONNECTICUT (4): Cyle Larin^, Adria Beso, Sergio Campbell, Allando Matheson

CORNELL (1): Peter Chodas

CREIGHTON (2): David Abidor, Jose Ribas

DARTMOUTH (1): Alex Adelabu

DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY (1): Dzenan Catic*

DAVIS & ELKINS COLLEGE (1): James Pucci

DELAWARE (3): Ben Asante, Borja Barbero, Tobias Muller

DENVER (3): Ryan Dodson, Taylor Hunter, Kosta Kordistos

DUQUESNE (1): Kadeem Pantophlet

FAIRFIELD (1): Jordan Ayris

FLORIDA ATLANTIC (2): Deniz Bozkurt, Ryan Price

FLORIDA GULF COAST (1): Henry Penagos

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (3): Quentin Albrecht, Roberto Alterio, Sean McFarlean

FURMAN (1): Clint Ritter

GARDNER-WEBB (1): Denzel Clarke

GEORGE MASON (1): Timi Mulgrew

GEORGETOWN (3): Tomas Gomez, Austin Martz, Tyler Rudy

HARVARD (1): Kyle Henderson

HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY (1): Mamadee Nyepon

HOFSTRA (1): Maid Memic

HOUSTON BAPTIST (2): Gustavo Alvarado, Miguel Zapata

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (1): Jesus Torres

IONA COLLEGE (1): Ignacio Maganto

KENTUCKY (1): Justin Laird

KENYON COLLEGE (1): Rey Mitsuyama

LIPSCOMB (2): Omar Djabi, Luke Gearin

LONG ISLAND (1): Brice Merwine

LOUSIVILLE (2): Daniel Keller, Will Vitalis

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (3): Juan De Rada, Jack McKraken, Craig Nitti

MARQUETTE (3): Axel Sjoberg*, Charlie Lyon, Brady Wahl

MARYLAND (4): Dan Metzger*, Mikias Eticha, Jereme Raley, Alex Shinsky

MASSACHUSETTS (1): Matt Keyes

MEMPHIS (1): Fakhry Khulfan

MERCER (2): Greg Ranjitsingh, Ashani Samuels

MERCYHURST UNIVERSITY (2): Ryan Lund, Fernando Martinez

MESSIAH COLLEGE (1): Jack Thompson

MICHIGAN (3): Tyler Arnone, Adam Grinwis, Marcos Ugarte

MICHIGAN STATE (4): Abdul-Fatai Alashe*, Ryan Keener, Tim Kreutz, Adam Montague

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY (1): Chris McGaughey

MISSOURI STATE (1): James Fawke

MONMOUTH (1): Matt Jeffery

NAVY (1): Joseph Greenspan

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (1): Vance Rockwood

NEW HAMPSHIRE (1): Travis Worra

NEW MEXICO (4): Oniel Fisher, Mattie Gibbons, Riley McGovern, James Rogers

NORTH CAROLINA (5): Andy Craven*, Boyd Okwuonu*, Tyler Engel, Rob Lovejoy, Brendan Moore

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (3): Conor Donovan^, Moss Jackson-Atogi, Clement Simonin

NORTH CAROLINA-CHARLOTTE (1): Monbo Bokar

NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON (2): Jaime Dell, Jacob Van Compernolle

NORTHERN ILLINOIS (1): Issac Kannah

NORTHWESTERN (2): Nikko Boxall, Tyler Miller

NOTRE DAME (4): Nick Besler*, Vince Ciccarelli, Luke Mishu, Andrew O'Malley

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN (1): Victor Cardoso

OAKLAND UNIVERSITY (2): Cody Archibald, Joey Tinnon

OHIO DOMINICAN (1): Jake Szabo

OHIO STATE (2): Alex Ivanov, Yianni Sarris

OHIO WESLEYAN (1): Colton Bloecher

OLD DOMINION (3): Nate Fogleson, Skylar Hagan, Sidney Rivera

ORAL ROBERTS (1): Johnny Chavez

OREGON STATE (2): Khiry Shelton*, Will Seymour

PENN STATE (3): Owen Griffith, Mikey Minutillo, Andrew Wolverton

PENNSYLVANIA (1): Markhus "Duke" Lacroix

PRINCETON (1): Cameron Porter

PROVIDENCE (5): Brandon Adler, Keasel Broome, Fabio Machado, Markus Magelstad, Phil Towler

QUINCY COLLEGE (1): Jordan Roberts

QUINNIPIAC (1): Borja Angoitia

ROANOKE COLLEGE (1): Marc Dinkel

ROBERT MORRIS (1): Devon Williams

SACRAMENTO STATE (1): Chimdum Mez

SAINT FRANCIS (1): Mitch Kavli

ST. JOHN'S (4): Marco Bordon, Daniel Herrera, Casey Osborne, Tim Parker

ST. LOUIS (4): Kingsley Bryce, Robert Kristo, Raymond Lee, Anthony Manning

SAN DIEGO (3): Connor Brandt, Thomas Fiskerstrand, Julian Ringhof

SAN FRANCISCO (2): Miguel Aguilar, David Romney

SETON HALL (2): Bolu Akinyode, Victor Manosalves

SIMON FRASER (1): Jovan Blagojevic

SOUTH CAROLINA (2): Mahammoudou Kaba, Braeden Troyer

SOUTH FLORIDA (4): Lucas Baldin, Wesley Charpie, Edwin Moalosi, Nikola Paunic

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS-EDWARDSVILLE (2): Matt Polster, Christian Volesky

SOUTHERN METHODIST (1): Damian Rosales

STANFORD (2): Zach Batteer, Jimmy Calinan

SYRACUSE (3): Alex Bono^, Jordan Murrell, Nick Perea, Skylar Thomas

TEMPLE (1): Dan Scheck

TEXAS-BROWNSVILLE (1): Victor Parreiras

TULSA (3): Akeil Barrett*, Byron Knowles-Ramirez, Tony Rocha

UAB / UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA at BIRMINGHAM (4): Alex Clay, Darion Copeland, Diego Navarrette, Pachinno Roberts

UMBC / UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND-BALTIMORE COUNTY (4): Oumar Ballo, Kay Banjo, Marquez Fernandez, Mamadou Kansaye

UNLV / UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA-LAS VEGAS (4): Sal Bernal, Ryan Harding, Kyle Mellies, Julian Portugal

VILLANOVA (2): Aaron Dennis, Oscar Umar

VIRGINIA (3): Eric Bird, Kyler Sullivan, Ryan Zinkhan

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (6): Keita Assane, Jose Manuel Bel, Kharlton Belmar, Mario-Herrera Meraz, Juan Monge Solano, Ritchie Duffie

WASHINGTON (4): Cristian Roldan^, Andy Thoma*, Charlie Ranahan, Spencer Richey

WEST VIRGINIA (1): Andrew Bevin

WESTERN ILLINOIS (2): Mario Alvarez, Charlie Bales

WHITWORTH (1): Micheal Ramos

WILLIAM & MARY (1): Marcus Luster

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (1): Lawrence Talery

WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE (2): Laurie Bell, Luke Goodnetter

WOFFORD (1): Forrest Lasso

WRIGHT STATE (1): Emeka Ononye

XAVIER (3): Garrett Halfhill, Eric Osswald, Will Walker

YOUNG HARRIS COLLEGE (2): Ilija Ilic, Samuel Mansour

INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS (6): Braian Matias Acuna (Argentinos Juniors-Argentina), Jaineil Hoilett (Mainz 05 II-Canada), Vladimir Eric Hood (Alianza Lima-USA), Jean Carlos Lopez Moscoso (Don Bosco Moca FC-Dominican Republic), Adrian Antonio Reta (Banfield-Argentina), Carlos Alberto Riascos Guaza (Deportivo Cali-Colombia)

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