January 12, 2019, 10:59 pm

Syracuse men’s soccer standouts Buchanan, Miller selected in MLS Superdraft

The Generation Adidas guardant will be plying his trade for New England, the elder defender for Orlando City.

Syracuse men’s soccer standouts Buchanan, Miller selected in MLS Superdraft

For the 4th time in the last five years, the Syracuse Orange have had one of their own bill of exchangeed in the Top 10 of the MLS Superbill of exchange. Sophomore guardant Tajon Buchanan continuing the trend, beingness chosen No. 9 general by the New England Revolution. Right at the open of the 2nd circular, the Orange detected their name named again, when elder centerback Kamal Miller was chosen 27th general by Orlando City FC.

Well merited T. A special, hard working, and low immature man. He took enormous pridefulness in representing our Syracuse program. ⚽️

— Ian McIntyre (@IanSMcIntyre) January 11, 2019

This marks the 5th Generation Adidas participant in five years to be bill of exchangeed for the Orange, with Buchanan beingness the 15th Syracuse participant chosen in the contemporary “Superbill of exchange.” He is also the 7th archetypal circular bill of exchange pick in Syracuse history.

This caps an award-filled calling for Buchanan. In his two years, he was chosen to the All-ACC archetypal team, and the All-South Region 2nd team his sophomore time period and the All-ACC Third Team and All-ACC Freshman team his freshman campaign. He complete this time period with a team high 20 points, on the back of 8 goals and four assists. While prima the line for the Orange, Buchanan dressed his calling having tallied twelve goals and six assists, prima Syracuse in points scored over that time.

So very happy for @KMillz_00 who has led our team on + off the pitch. Kamal has been an outstanding ambassador of our @CuseMSOC program. I have proudly watched him grow into a terrific participant + a wonderful immature man! Good luck Kamal! ⚽️

— Ian McIntyre (@IanSMcIntyre) January 11, 2019

Kamal Miller becomes the 8h archetypal circular bill of exchange pick for the Syracuse Orange. The versatile ball-playing defender should work towards earning some time with the elder team, while signing with Orlando City B.

A four-year starter at centerback, Miller leaves Syracuse as a two year captain and stalwart at the back. Always a vocal presence on the field and willing to put in a shift, Miller will be drastically missed along the backline. With 78 matches under his belt, Kamal leaves some large boots to fill.

The third and 4th circulars of the bill of exchange will be held on Monday, January 14 at 1 p.m. ET. At that juncture, we’ll find out if elder Hugo Delhommelle will be getting picked up in the bill of exchange as well.

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