Real Salt Lake selected Brock Granger and Max Wasserman with the 50th and 69th picks, respectively, in today's MLS Supplemental Draft.
Granger is a short right back from Hawaii that played for University of Louisville after transfering from UNLV. He was a part of the Portland Timbers U-23 side that had an unbeaten season in the USL Premier Development League in 2010, and seems to have played with the Timbers through 2012.
Wasserman, also reportedly a right back, comes from the University of Connecticut, near his hometown of Farmington, Conn, where he studied psychology. He and RSL defender Kwame Watson-Siriboe played together in Watson-Siriboe's senior year at UConn. Wasserman's father reportedly played for an NASL club.
Wasserman and Granger may be long shots to make the squad, given RSL's history in the Supplemental Draft.
Real Salt Lake's two first-round picks in the Supplemental Draft were traded to Philadelphia Union to move up two spots to draft Devon Sandoval in the second round. Their second-round pick was traded to Vancouver Whitecaps in exchange for the rights to Chris Estridge, who didn't make the squad.