Ardarius Stewart visiting SEC school
"The season is going pretty good," said Ardarius Stewart. "We are definitely in the playoffs now. We are 6-2 this year. I am not sure my stats. I am just doing whatever I need to do to help my team win."
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound athlete plays quarterback, free safety and returns kicks with his 4.4-speed. He does not have a preference where he plays at the next level.
Several schools are beginning to take notice of the electrifying playmaker who passed for 89 yards and rushed for 273 yards with four total touchdowns last week in a 70-6 win against Cold Springs.
"A couple of days ago I got some mail from Alabama," Stewart said. "Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State and Florida State are all showing interest in me. I am going down to the Alabama/Tennessee game this weekend. I am going back to Alabama when they play LSU."
Stewart talked more about the upcoming visit to Alabama.
"This is my first visit of the season," he said. "I am really looking forward to it. I am excited about getting down there.
"Alabama is real good. They are stacked. They have a lot of good players. If someone messes up your spot will get taken."
>br> Stewart discussed his strengths and areas to improve during the off-season.
"I feel like I am very good at running the ball and being a dual-threat quarterback," he said. "Teams don't know if I am running or passing the ball. I want them to be worried. I still want to work on my passing skills and being consistent."
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