"It was cool," Ardarius Stewart said of the game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. "I got to go in the locker room before the game. I talked to some of the coaches. I talked to the weight lifting coach. I really talked to the whole staff.
"The coaches were telling me I was a good player. They said they see I am good at running the ball. They were pretty much just telling me I was a good player."
Stewart discussed more of his first Alabama game.
"I didn't really like the first half," he said. "They came out slow. They came out in the second half with fire. Trent [Richardson] always impresses me. He impresses everyone. [Dre] Kirkpatrick is a hard hitter.
"The crowd made it hard for the Tennessee offense. They were louder than the band. That was my first trip there. I liked the four big screens in the stadium."
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound junior has high interest in the in-state school.
"I like how the team is together," said Stewart. "It's a family thing down there. Alabama is real classy."
Stewart will return to Tuscaloosa for the LSU game on November 5th.
Stewart helped lead Fultondale to a 55-12 win last Friday against Victory Christian with 100 yards rushing on 10 carries and three touchdowns. He completed six passes for 136 yards and two additional touchdowns.
Ardarius Stewart visits T-town
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