Shemar Stewart

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2022
DL / 6-5 / 270

Texas A&M

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Exp2022 - 2023
Age20
2023
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Texas A&M
2021
Monsignor Pace
As a Recruit
Industry
98.56
Ranking
Natl.7DL3FL1
Class2022
CommittedCommitted Team2/02/22
High SchoolMonsignor Pace
HometownOpa Locka, FL
On3 DB / 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.

Recruiting Industry Comparison

Industry Ranking
98.56
National
7
Position - DL
3
State - FL
1
98
NATL.13
DL3
FL2
99
NATL.9
DL3
FL1
92
NATL.7
DL2
FL2
6.1
NATL.30
DL4
FL5

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Reminds Us Of
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Carlos DunlapDL/6-6/280
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HS Class of 2007
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2010Draft: Rnd2 /Pick22

Like Carlos Dunlap, Shemar Stewart is a big blue-chip defensive end who has the size and athleticism to line up at a few spots along the front. Dunlap was an On3 Consensus top five prospect out of North Charleston (S.C.) Fort Dorchester in the 2007 cycle. Stewart has long been considered one of the top prospects in the 2022 cycle, dating to his freshman season. The two share similar stature, officially measuring between 6-foot-5 and 6-foot-6. Dunlap was a bit leaner as a high school prospect, in the 250 to 260 pound range, while Stewart has weighed in the 270’s. Both are top athletes with the ability to make impressive plays with their power and explosive movements in tracking down runners in pursuit.