Late Wednesday night two more college seniors inked MLS contracts ahead of Thursday’s MLS Draft in Baltimore.
A pair of forwards — Central Florida’s Hadji Barry and Syracuse Orangeman Ben Polk– signed deals with MLS, according to the league.
Barry and Polk joined four other seniors that completed deals earlier on Wednesday: North Carolina defender Jonathan Campbell, Clemson’s Kyle Fisher, Virginia midfielder Todd Wharton and Kentucky goalkeeper Callum Irving.
Stanford left back Brandon Vincent began the class of seniors inking league deals on Jan. 7.
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