New York City FC Wednesday drafted midfielder Malcolm Johnston and forwards Braudilio Rodrigues and Matthew ‘MD’ Myers in the MLS SuperDraft on Wednesday.

Johnston was selected with the 26th overall pick in the first round. The Maryland midfielder played and started all 17 games his senior season, recording six goals and eight assists. The Canadian native captained the team in his junior and senior years. He earned first team All-Big Ten, Big Ten All-Tournament Team, and United Soccer Coaches All-Region second team honors in 2022. Johnston is the brother of Canadian national team right back Alistair Johnston.

With the 26th overall pick in the second round, City selected Rodrigues from Franklin Pierce University. The Portuguese native has had an impressive sophomore season, scoring 20 goals and providing 22 assists in 26 games.

Myers, a Rutgers University player, was chosen with the team’s final pick. He played 21 games with the Scarlet Knights this season, scoring 13 goals and adding seven assists. A product of the Philadelphia Union Academy, Myers earned All-Big South first team accolades at Rutgers.