Diversity Oriented Clicking (DOC) is a unified click-approach for the modular synthesis of lead-like structures through application of the wide family of click transformations. DOC evolved from the concept of achieving "diversity with ease" by combining classic C-C π-bond click chemistry with recent developments in connective SuFEx-technologies. We showcase 2-Substituted-Alkynyl-1-Sulfonyl Fluorides (SASFs) as a new class of connective hub in concert with a diverse selection of click-cycloaddition processes. Through the stereoselective DOC of SASFs with a range of dipoles and cyclic dienes, we report a diverse click-library of 173 unique functional molecules in minimal synthetic steps. The SuFExable library comprises 10 discrete heterocyclic core structures derived from 1,3- and 1,5-dipoles; while reaction with cyclic dienes yields several three-dimensional bicyclic Diels-Alder adducts. Growing the library to 278 discrete compounds through late-stage modification was made possible through SuFEx click derivatization of the pendant sulfonyl fluoride group in 96 well-plates-demonstrating the versatility of the DOC approach for the rapid synthesis of diverse functional structures. Screening for function against MRSA (USA300) revealed several lead hits with improved activity over methicillin.