Montreal Impact players were the only two selections in the 2013 MLS Waiver Draft on Monday.

The Quebec club placed SuperDraft selections Brad Stuver and Paolo DelPiccolo in the draft after declining their options and the duo were subsequently picked up by MLS rivals.

Columbus Crew took goalkeeper 22-year old Stuver while New England Revolution selected former Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder DelPiccolo.

The Crew and Revolution now drop to the bottom of the selection order for future Waiver Drafts after the other 26 players were not picked by MLS teams and are now available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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