"It went real good," Stephenson said. "We did lose in the first round, but we did real good overall. We ended up 9-2."
Stephenson did not participate enough on the season to be considered for district or state honors because of injury.
"I didn't get any honors this year because I got injured this year. They said that I missed too many games."
"I missed about seven games. I had a toe injury. I broke a toe. Everything is fine now. I played the last two games."
Stephenson waited for the season to end before taking official visits. So far, he has taken two and have the other three set. He is looking for the most comfortable place.
"I have already taken one official visit up to Kansas the other weekend. It was fun. The coaches and the players were the most impressive part of that visit. I also went up to Missouri."
"I want to meet the coaches and players and see where I am most comfortable. If the whole day or weekend is awkward, then there is a pretty good chance I won't go there. I have felt pretty comfortable at Kansas so far."
Since the in-home visits could begin, a handful of schools have been in-home with Stephenson.
"Missouri, Michigan, Kansas and Nebraska have all been in house with me so far. Nebraska was actually just here the other day."