Northeastern hasn't seen a graduate selected in the MLS SuperDraft since Don Anding (26th overall) in 2013 by the Philadelphia Union.
In 2018, Frantzdy Pierrot (27th overall) was selected by the Colorado Rapids, though he transferred to Coastal Carolina for his final two seasons and now plays for Mouscron in the Belgian top flight.
Much work lies ahead, but Harry Swartz hopes to add his name to that list at the 2019 SuperDraft in Chicago, Ill. Early conversations indicate he projects as a third- or fourth-rounder, though his stock could soar at the MLS Player Combine, held Jan. 3-9 in Orlando, Fla.
"All I can do is go in there and work as hard as I can," Swartz said.