By Kevin Koczwara
The New England Revolution struggled to score goals last season. One part of the problem was the finishing. The other part of the problem: creating quality chances. With the third pick in the 2012 Major League Soccer SuperDraft, the Revolution tried to address the issue of creating opportunities by drafting UCLA and Generation adidas midfielder Kelyn Rowe. With the third pick, New England had plenty of options, and instead of filling a positional need, the Revs picked arguably the best player on the board.