by Lindsay Durham

The Major Arena Soccer League conducted the second MASL College Draft today via Zoom. All thirteen teams participated in the draft’s three rounds. Thirty-nine players selected overall with the first two picks being territorial and the third-round selection was at-large.      

With the first overall pick the Dallas Sidekicks selected Maycol Reyes, a midfielder from Midwestern University. Eddie Puskarich, head coach of the Dallas Sidekicks commented, “Maycol Reyes is a dynamic player with a lot of promise. He had a distinguished career at Midwestern University and we are excited to welcome Maycol to our Sidekicks family!”                                                                            

The full results are as follows: 


  1. Dallas - Maycol Reyes, Midwestern University, midfielder
  2. Harrisburg – Peter Mangione, Penn State, forward
  3. St Louis – Alasdiq Hasan, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
  4. Kansas City – Jony Munoz, Mid-America Nazarene University
  5. Utica – Nate Hannah, SUNY Oneonta, goalkeeper
  6. Empire – Jarette Barajas, University of Redlands, midfielder
  7. Texas – Chen Adjel,Trinity University, forward
  8. Tacoma – Khai Brisco, University of Washington, defender
  9. Monterrey -- Omar Alejandro Castillo Arroyo, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, forward
  10. Baltimore – Taylor Calheira, UMBC, forward
  11. Milwaukee – Bennett Pauls, University of Wisconsin-Madison, midfielder
  12. Chihuahua – Yared Gonzalez, UACH, midfielder
  13. San Diego – Mason Tunbridge, University of San Diego, midfielder 


  1. Dallas – Bryan Martinez, West Texas A&M, defender/midfielder
  2. Harrisburg – Alex Stevenson, Penn State, defender
  3. St Louis – Kelvin Mulinya, Maryville University, midfielder
  4. Kansas City – Carson Lindsey, UMKC, defender
  5. Utica – Kieran Gilroy, Oswego State, forward
  6. Empire – Jason Garcia, University of California at Riverside, defender
  7. Texas – Takayoshi Wyatt, Tulsa University, forward
  8. Tacoma - Manny Nicasio, Evergreen State College, midfielder
  9. Monterrey -- Andrick Ulises Salas García, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, forward
  10. Baltimore – Brayden Wise, Lycoming College, defender
  11. Milwaukee – Abdu Regassa, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, forward
  12. Chihuahua – Oscar Ruis Castanon, UACH, forward
  13. San Diego – Aaron Alvarez, Cal State University San Marcos, midfielder


  1. Dallas – Juan Rodarte, Southern Nazarene University, defender
  2. Harrisburg – Jordan Ehart, UMBC, defender
  3. St Louis – Owen Culver, Washington University, forward
  4. Empire – Isaac Lomeli, San Jose State University, midfielder
  5. Utica – Ben Zakowski, Monmouth University, midfielder
  6. Empire – Nicklaus Sullivan, Cal State San Bernadino, forward
  7. Texas – Cole Johnson, Southern Methodist University, goalkeeper
  8. Tacoma – Alec Zimmerman, Evergreen State College, midfielder
  9. Monterrey – Gabino Efrain Facio Lopez, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, forward
  10. Baltimore – Jordan Travers, UMBC, defender
  11. Milwaukee – Jimmy Villasenor, Utah Tech, midfielder
  12. Chihuahua – Jose Eduardo Enriquez, University of Chihuahua, defender
  13. San Diego – Juan Salazar, Point Loma Nazarene, forward