Brad Stewart’s new highlight film is out, and it’s outstanding.
He’s the senior WR/DB from Savannah’s Benedictine Military high school who is somehow being overlooked by many D1 colleges.
I thought he was the best player I saw out of 40+ D1 prospects at the Georgia Dome for last month’s state championship games.
The first play on his new film is the circus-like TD play dubbed “The Catch.” It’s from the championship game and against a DB who is committed to Tennessee. It’s from the “field view” so you can truly get an idea of Stewart’s size and vastly underrated athleticism.
Stewart is 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.52 seconds. He has a 38-inch vertical jump. He also sports a 4.24 GPA and 28 ACT score (being recruited by Yale).
If you watch the film, you’ll realize what Stewart did at the Georgia Dome was just a small sample of the rest of the season. The kid can play with anybody. I had some high school coaches tell me again last week that they thought Stewart was the best player at last year’s Elite Junior Classic, which had three prospects who are rated as 5-star prospects.
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Right now, Stewart has offers from Georgia Southern, Cincinnati, Yale, among others. He’s also generated recent interest from Georgia Tech, South Carolina, Ole Miss, UCF, Mississippi State and UGA. His father said Georgia Tech wants him to come up on a visit later this month, but they don’t have a scholarship available at this time.
Stewart’s grandfather (Jim Walsh) played running back at Auburn from 1954-56, and he has an uncle that played at South Carolina. His father earned a graduate degree (as a student) from Northwestern.
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Watch his film and tell me what I’m missing in the comments section … because I’m not getting it.