The first two rounds of the 2020 MLS SuperDraft were held Thursday, and the New England Revolution landed three players and traded away a first-round pick.
The headliner arrived with the No. 6 selection, as the Revolution got Generation adidas signing Henry Kessler, a center back who played at the University of Virginia.
They also secured California defender Simon Lekressner at No. 30 overall, High Point goalkeeper Keegan Meyer at No. 43 overall and traded the No. 13 selection to expansion side Nashville SC for what could amount to $100,000 in General Allocation Money.