Toronto FC picks Clemson defender Patrick Bunk-Andersen

Clemson defender Patrick Bunk-Andersen, left, and Stanford forward Jordan Morris (13) go up for the ball in the first half of an NCAA College Cup championship soccer match, Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, in Kansas City, Kan. Stanford defeated Clemson 4-0. (Colin E. Braley/AP)

Toronto FC selected Clemson defender Patrick Bunk-Andersen in the third round (64th overall) as the MLS SuperDraft resumed Monday.

The 24-year-old from Denmark played 82 games in four seasons at Clemson. As a senior, he played every minute of the Tigers’ 17 matches.

The first two rounds went Friday in Chicago, with four Canadians chosen — three of whom went in the top 10. Rounds 3 and 4 were held via conference call Monday.

The Montreal Impact passed on their three remaining picks — one in the third round and two in the fourth. The Vancouver Whitecaps, who had traded their third-round spot, passed on their fourth-round selection. Toronto had traded away its fourth-round pick.

Montreal and Vancouver selected one player each in Friday’s second round.

In all, 21 of the last 48 picks in the draft were passed over.

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