New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - The San Jose Earthquakes made two selections in Stage 2 of the MLS Re-Entry Draft on Thursday, taking defender Marvell Wynne and winger Sanna Nyassi.
Wynne has featured in at least 27 games per season for the Colorado Rapids over the last five seasons.
Nyassi, 25, has played for four different teams since making his MLS debut in 2009. His best season came in 2011 when he netted five goals and added five assists for the Rapids.
The Houston Dynamo also selected two players, grabbing striker Chandler Hoffman and midfielder Nathan Sturgis.
Veteran defender Bakary Soumare was the first player taken on Thursday. The former MLS Best XI selection landed with the Montreal Impact.
FC Dallas picked up a familiar face in Atiba Harris, who featured for the club from 2009-10 and started up front in the 2010 MLS Cup final.
The New England Revolution selected striker Tristan Bowen and Orlando City SC took goalkeeper Joshua Ford to complete the draft process.