Make it a total of seven college seniors who have penned MLS contracts ahead of Thursday's 2016 MLS SuperDraft in Baltimore (livestream on MLSsoccer.com at 1 pm ET).
The league has confirmed that two goal-scoring forwards – Central Florida's Hadji Barry and Syracuse star Ben Polk – sealed MLS deals on Wednesday night. Barry had 11 goals for UCF in the 2015 season, while Polk hit for 12 goals.
Earlier in the day, four other seniors did the same: defender Jonathan Campbell (UNC-Chapel Hill), ACC Defender of the Year Kyle Fisher (Clemson), Virginia midfielder Todd Wharton and Kentucky goalkeeper Callum Irving.
It was Stanford left back Brandon Vincent who was obviously the first of the senior class signings of 2016, with that announcement taking place on January 7. Vincent has since been called to the US national team's January camp.