Seems extremely likely Swider gets an offer soon after he visits.
Here's a little blurb from Sam Vecencie about him:
Cole Swider is an offensive explosion waiting to happen
BABC was another one of my favorite players and teams to watch. The Massachusetts-based club has a couple of small guards in Maurice Works and Jakigh Dottin that are athletic and physical in all of the ways that I love on the floor — never backing down from anyone. But Cole Swider is the prize here. Not only is the 6-8 stretch-four a knockdown 3-point shooter that can create off of the bounce, but he’s also a fiery competitor who chirps after every made 3.
He went for 28 and nine in the first game I saw against an athletic Georgia Stars team led by consensus top-50 forward Jairus Hamilton despite only hitting 3 of 9 from deep. Later in the weekend, Swider dropped his third 30-plus point game of the 16-game EYBL run against another big, athletic front line in MOKAN Elite — led by Jontay Porter, Malik Hall and Roman Wilson. Swider’s tough inside with a built frame for his age, has the ability to attack closeouts at the 3-point line and obviously has a knockdown shot from distance.
It’s easy to see why smart, spread-out offensive teams like Michigan, Creighton, Providence, Villanova, Xavier and Wake Forest have offered him already given that well-rounded skill set. He’s a perfect modern 4 for the college game, and it’s encouraging that he seems to perform well against more athletic competition. He’s currently ranked No. 140 in the 247Sports composite, and I’d imagine that will rise soon.