The Red Bulls Wednesday selected three players at the 2023 MLS SuperDraft.

The team chose Yale University goalkeeper Elian Haddock, UNC Greensboro defender Ethan Conley and Boston College midfielder Amos Shapiro-Thompson.

Haddock, the 21st overall pick in the first round, was a four-year letterman, making 53 appearances and recording 13 shutouts. The Whitefish Bay, Wis. native is a three-time All-Ivy League first team selection and was named the 2021 Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year. In his Yale career, he posted a 0.752 save percentage and had a 27-14-10 record with 173 saves. He was a two-time captain and was the first two-time captain for Yale since 1947. Prior to college, Haddock helped Whitefish Bay High School to three state championships and was a first team All-State selection during his junior and senior seasons.

New York picked Conley with the 50th overall (second round, 21st pick)

Conley was a four-year starter at UNC Greensboro, where he appeared in 73 matches, starting 65. He registered one goal and four assists. During his junior year, he was a member of the defense that posted 10 shutouts. He has helped Greensboro win two SoCon Tournament championships as the team achieved its highest ranking in program history, sixth in the United Soccer Coaches final poll.

Shapiro-Thompson taken as the 73rd choice (third round, 17th pick) was a three-year player, makaing 36 appearances. He tallied six goals and five assists during his career, including two goals and three assists in 15 appearances last zoo. He was a member of the 2016 Milton Academy team, which won the ISL and NEPSAC tournament, while going 23-0-0. The Worthington, Mass. native played in MLS Next with New England Revolution for three seasons.