Stewart is an offensive tackle on offense for the Warriors, and he also plays defensive tackle on defense.
Standing at 6’3, 260 pounds, Stewart already has great size, and he has two more years in high school to grow even more for college!
In the wight-room, Stewart has a max squat of 315 pounds and a max bench press of 265 pounds, showing he takes care of the gym as well as things on the field.
Although his team only played in five games this fall due to Covid-19, Stewart still amassed 15 tackles on the year on defense and over 10 pancakes on offense.
“Even though we only had a few games, I feel like we still did well on the year,” Stewart said. “I feel good about the future.”
Stewart wanted to let coaches what kind of player they would be getting at the next level.
“I feel like I standout because I was getting reps as a freshman, on a really good football team,” Stewart said. “I also got invited to a camp in Texas for my abilities.
“I am a hard worker at everything that I do. I know I am a little undersized right now, but I don’t think I should be underestimated; I can play.”
In the classroom is likely where Stewart impresses the most, as he holds a GPA of 3.8, which is more than enough to qualify him for next level ball.
It will be interesting to follow the career of this impressive playmaker and see where he ultimately ends up!