Louisville’s junior defender, Andrew Farrell, is the consensus number one overall pick in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft and his stock continues to rise at the MLS Combine. Farrell continues to impress scouts, coaches and analysis with his play. Friday was the first day of full team scrimmages and Farrell did not disappoint. He picked up an assist by playing a perfect 40-yard through ball, splitting defenders and landing right on his teammate’s foot who tapped it in for the goal.
Everyone knows the talent and skill Andrew possesses, but his humility and coachability is what impresses people the most, and could ultimately make him the number one draft pick by Toronto FC.
Farrell and his team take the field again today at 1:30 for game two of three in the MLS Combine.
Other notable Cardinals at the Combine are senior outside midfielder Greg Cochrane and senior midfielder Paolo DelPiccolo.
The MLS Combine ends January 15th and the SuperDraft is January 17th starting at noon.