While one will never know how Draft prospects will adjust to the pros, some players are certainly better equipped than others to succeed at the top level.


One of those is Nazeem Bartman, a striker who has been dubbed as "the next Dom Dwyer" by Top Drawer Soccer and it seems he shares several aspects with the Sporting Kansas City forward.

A 5-foot-7 forward from USF, Bartman doesn't exactly impress in terms of numbers (six goals and three assists during the past season) but he's still considered a Top-50 prospect. 

It's worth noting he's led the Bulls in scoring over the past two years (14 goals and nine assists) and has tallied an impressive total of 48 goals and added 28 assists through his college career. These aren't stellar numbers, but the main reason why he could be an impact performer is because of his overall skill set.


Bartman is considered a speedster who always know where to be on the pitch. His off-ball runs into the box make him a nightmare to mark and his shooting is pretty accurate. He's right-footed, but can finish with the left foot if the situation calls for it.


He might need a few games at OSCB to prove his worth, but he would certainly fit as a change-of-pace coming off the bench. He could become a perfect partner in crime for Cyle Larin, but at the very least he can add some much-needed speed and skill to the team's attacking line.