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MLS' Revs Take Louisville Defender No. 1

That Louisville defender Andrew Farrell wound up being the first overall selection in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft was not a major surprise by any stretch. His eventual destination, however, was one of a number curveballs in the build-up to Thursday's event at the Indiana Convention Center.

After trading with Toronto FC to acquire the first pick on Wednesday evening, the New England Revolution made Farrell the top choice Thursday, adding the player who has been the consensus top player on draft boards for the last few weeks.

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