"I think it's right," said Ardarius Stewart. "I think the guys deserved it. They worked hard for it, and this is how it all works out when you work hard to accomplish something.
"I also really liked how coach Saban was there supporting his guys. Hopefully I'll be blessed with an opportunity as well."
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound athlete is uncertain which side of the ball he will play once he arrives in Tuscaloosa. The Tide commitment accounted for 51 touchdowns last season and was awarded the Class 2A Back of the Year.
ArDarius Stewart talks NFL Draft
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