However, due to a summer work schedule Stewart was unable to make any unofficial visits or attend many camps during the off season.
"I had to work all summer so I didn't get to go many places," Stewart explained. "I did go to Florida's camp and I think I did alright."
Despite not making the camp circuit, Stewart is well known among college coaches recruiting the Sunshine State.
Also a top-notch weightlifter, Stewart admits a slight favorite, but remains open.
"I'm really wide open right now, but I'm leaning a little towards Florida," he said. "I probably won't decide until after the season because I want to take all of my visits."
Also a good student, Stewart has a good idea of what he will be searching for while making visits this fall.
"First, I want to make sure I am comfortable with the school," Stewart explained. "I'll look at the school's graduation rates and the depth chart of the team. I want to go somewhere where I don't have to sit...I'd like to play some my first year."
Thanks to a former Cardinal great, Stewart already has an idea of what the Louisville football program has to offer.
"I know [former UofL tight end] Ronnie Ghent really well," Stewart said. "He signed with the [Philadelphia] Eagles and hee worked out at our school during the summer. He gave me a lot of advice and he's been a big help."
Stewart also stated that because of his relationship with Ghent that he will likely schedule a visit to Louisville later this year.