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Tag: Jack Stewart


11May 2019
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2019 Season Countdown: #104 Jack Stewart

Jack Stewart (image via Detroit News)

Name: Jack Stewart
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 280 lbs.
High school: New Canaan (CT) New Canaan
Position: Offensive tackle
Class: Freshman
Jersey number: N/A
Last year: Stewart was a senior in high school. He made 31 tackles, 9 tackles for loss, 5 sacks, and 1 fumble recovery on defense.
TTB Rating: 69

Stewart was a standout for New Canaan over the past couple seasons but arrives at Michigan with very little fanfare, as playing in Connecticut is not often considered noteworthy. He did, however, finish the cycle as a respectably rated 3-star, the #43 offensive tackle, and #574 overall.

Stewart signed in December but won’t arrive on campus until this summer, and he has some qualities to work on in the meantime. He needs to reshape his body a little bit, and he will also need to work on his technique – all standard fare for most incoming freshmen. Stewart seems to me to be the most likely incoming freshman to redshirt.

Prediction: Redshirt

30Nov 2018
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Who’s enrolling early?

Zach Charbonnet

Here’s a list of 2019 players who are expected to enroll at Michigan in January:

TE Erick All
RB Zach Charbonnet
RB Eric Gray
QB Cade McNamara
DE Gabe Newburg
DE David Ojabo
CB Jalen Perry
ATH Mike Sainristil
DT Mazi Smith
OT Jack Stewart

10Oct 2018
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Wisconsin

Lewis Center (OH) Olentangy Orange DE Zach Harrison

NOTE: Due to time constraints, I have not been able to do full write-ups for each player, though I am working on chipping away at it.

2019

Karsen Barnhart – OT – Paw Paw (MI) Paw Paw: Barnhart is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Davis Beal – LB – Austin (TX) Vandegrift: Beal is being looked at as a long snapper.

Bryce Benhart – OT – Lakeville (MN) North: Benhart is a 6’8″, 305 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #20 offensive tackle, and #183 overall. The crystal balls are currently 56% in favor of Wisconsin.

Hit the jump for several more big visitors.

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27Jul 2018
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Visitors: 2018 BBQ at the Big House

Kalel Mullings is the #48 overall player in 2020 (image via Irish Sports Daily)

Here’s a look at the expected visitors for the upcoming BBQ at the Big House.

2019

Matthew Akuchie – WR – Ft. Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas: Akuchie is a 6’2″, 190 lb. prospect who claims 4.75 speed.

Erick All – TE – Fairfield (OH) Fairfield: All is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Karsen Barnhart – OT – Paw Paw (MI) Paw Paw: Barnhart is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Bryce Benhart – OT – Lakeville (MN) North:

John Branham, Jr. – RB – Columbus (OH) Northland: Branahm is a 5’10”, 218 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, Cincinnati, and Pitt, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #52 running back, and #832 overall. He’s the older brother of 2020 Michigan commit Kalil Branham.

Zach Carpenter – OG – Cincinnati (OH) Moeller: Carpenter is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Isaiah Foskey – TE – Concord (CA) De La Salle: Foskey is a 6’5″, 240 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, Penn State, UCLA, and USC, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #5 tight end, and #177 overall. He was offered as a freshman by the Michigan staff, and he attends the alma mater of former Michigan tight end Devin Asiasi (who transferred to UCLA after one season in Ann Arbor).

Daxton Hill – S – Tulsa (OK) Booker T. Washington: Hill is a 6’0″, 187 lb. prospect with offers from virtually every big-time program in the country. He’s a 5-star, the #1 safety, and #8 overall. His crystal ball picks are 80% in favor of Oklahoma. UPDATE: Hill is no longer planning to visit for the BBQ.

Jamal Hill – S – Morrow (GA) Morrow: Hill is a 6’2″, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Michigan, and Pitt, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #66 safety, and #870 overall. As a junior in 2017, he made 67 tackles, 7 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions, and 16 pass breakups.

Hit the jump for several more visitors.

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