Shemar Stewart narrows downs his options on what school he may attend
Five-star defensive end Shemar Stewart dropped his top-five programs he is considering
signing with on Thursday. With that announcement Stewart promoted his website
OfficialShermarStewart.Com. The new website includes pictures of Stewart wearing a Miami
Stewart is not expected to make his commitment public until Early National Signing Day or near
then. The news section is where Stewart is pictured wearing Georgia, LSU, Ohio State and
Miami football uniforms. The LSU Tigers were eliminated and replaced by the Clemson Tigers
and Texas A&M.
Stewart is the eighth ranked player and third ranked defensive lineman. One of the most sought
after recruits in the country right now and the number one prospect in Florida for 2022 according to the 247 sports composite rankings. Miami currently holds three 247 crystal balls for Stewart, but with a confidence score of three out of 10.
Stewart's new website provides him a good head start once he signs a National Letter of Intent.
College bound athletes will be able to begin profiting off of their own name image and likeness
before they reside on campus.
Stewart’s coach at Monsignor Pace, Moe Marquez told Steve Wiltfong of 247 that he had a logo
with the name, image and likeness of Stewart made for the website. NIL deals allow future
prospects to promote themselves more freely.
Per Florida high school regulations Stewart cannot profit off of the website. Marquez told
Wiltfong the site is currently for informative purposes. The visits Stewart takes and pictures will
be posted on the website