The highly-touted quarterback tossed 18 touchdowns in the short six-game season that he played in.
Despite the shortened season, Stewart walked away with very impressive accolades in the 2020 season.
Stewart earned 1st Team All-State Honors at Quarterback, as well as All-State All-Hercules Team for his quarterback play.
Stewart also led his team to a state semifinal game, where they were narrowly edged by a touchdown in the game.
Standing at 6’5, 215 pounds, Stewart already has great size and coaches are already licking their chops at the chance to get this standout young man.
As a quarterback, Stewart feels like he has what it takes to play football at the next level.
“I feel like one great thing about me, is my quick release,” Stewart said. “I also feel like i have a rocket for an arm, and I am deadly accurate with it as well.”
Those are certainly some intangibles that coaches look for in a quarterback!
Stewart works hard in the weight-room as well, as he has a current max squat of 350 pounds, and he also runs an impressive 4.7 in the forty-yard-dash!
In the classroom, Stewart dominates as well, with his 3.8 GPA, which is more than enough to qualify hi for next level ball.
Stewart looks to lead his team to bigger things in 2021, and he hopes to have more than six games to work with, so he can show coaches he has what it takes!
While Stewart does not have any offers as of yet, look for that to change drastically in the coming year.