The No. 1 running back in the country, Jonathan Stewart, 5-10, 220, Timberline HS (Olympia, Wash.) made it official today by signing a National Letter of Intent with the Oregon Ducks. Stewart set Washington high school records with his powerful running style had verbally committed to Oregon on January 21st, on a broadcast carried by KING5-TV in Seattle.
Snoop, as his teammates and fans call Jonathan Stewart, rushed for 7,757 career yards at Timberline. He scored 30 touchdowns and rushed for 2,278 yards last season. For most of his career he normally only played one half in each game as he had a habit of punishing the opposition with 100 or 200 yard of rushing in only the first two quarters!
To see Stewart in action, click these highlights to see the fluid running and balance of this truly gifted athlete.
Mark down this date, February 2, 2005 as the official start of the Stewart Era.
The Stewart Era Begins
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