Swarm Lose Rights to Jeremy Boltus

The Minnesota Swarm have lost the rights to forward Jeremy Boltus.Boltus, the former Major League Lacrosse rookie of the year, was drafted out of Army on September 21, 2011. They lost the rights to him on the 21st of this year, two years after the 2011 draft.

According to the National Lacrosse League, if a player does not sign with the team that drafted them by two years since the draft that player becomes a free agent. Boltus has not played any indoor lacrosse in his career.

Boltus just finished his third MLL season on his third MLL team. He was a last round pick to the Hamilton Nationals in 2011, and then played with the Charlotte Hounds in 2012 and the Denver Outlaws in 2013.

The 6’0, 185 lbs righty forward is an artillery officer in the army an was a fifth round pick to the Swarm. The current Swarm draft list still includes 2012 draft pick Sam Bradman, while their hold out list consists of Sean Robinson, Matt Kelly, Joe Cinosky and Jason Duboe.