Five-star Opa Locka (Florida) Monsignor Pace defensive lineman Shemar Stewart is down to three schools, he tells On3.
Georgia, Miami, and Texas A&M are the three schools that the 6-foot-5, 270-pound Stewart will choose from on February 2nd of next year.
Shemar Stewart is the No. 7 prospect in the 2022 class according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He ranks as the country’s No. 2 DL and the No. 1 player in Florida.
Shemar Stewart had this to say about these three schools.
“I feel like these 3 schools give me the best chance to be developed to the best of my ability and to have a successful future”
Shemar Stewart Scouting Summary
On3 Director of Scouting and Rankings Charles Power writes:
“Long considered one of the best prospects in the cycle, dating back to his freshman season. A big, quick-twitch athlete along the defensive line who grew an inch and added around 30 pounds between his junior and senior seasons. Has outstanding length with a 7-foot wingspan. A natural mover who makes high-level flash plays with his athleticism and first-step quickness. Is able to beat offensive linemen out of their stance with his burst off the snap. An explosive finisher who makes a number of emphatic plays behind the line of scrimmage. Also shows his athleticism in pursuit, with the ability to run down skill players sideline-to-sideline at 270 pounds. Missed much of his junior season with injury. Has the athleticism and versatility to line up at various spots along the defensive line at the next level.”
Shemar Stewart Personal Life
“Shemar Stewart’s high school coach Mario Perez describes the star as a “football junkie that obsesses over film.” Stewart started playing football when he was 12 years old at Ives Estates Park in Miami. He played both the offensive line and defensive line growing up before moving to Monsignor Pace High School. He played on the varsity as a freshman. Stewart missed part of his junior season because of complications with COVID-19 and injuries. Stewart owns the Monsignor Pace record for deadlifting more than 600 pounds. He also plays basketball at Pace and averaged nearly 10 rebounds a game in his first two seasons. Stewart’s parents are Ansell and Latoya Smith.”