Denton Guyer cornerback Josh Stewart wants to focus on his senior season. He is committed to help lead the Wildcats to a state title. Like most recruits, the junior cornerback is looking to have the recruiting process wrapped up before his senior season starts.
"I'm pretty happy with my offers at this point. I didn't really think about how many I would have at this point, but it wasn't this many. I knew that I played well enough to deserve some offers, but I didn't think I would have these type of offers," stated Stewart to PonyStampede.com. "I'm looking for a coaching staff that is involved in your life. I like that. Guys that will talk to you about life, not just football."
Currently he classifies himself as wide open, but knows more about Texas A&M and SMU then his offers from the north.
"I don't know much about them yet. I'm just starting to look into schools. I'm excited to meet some of the coaches from schools and stuff like that," said the Guyer product. "I actually just got my SMU offer. SMU is pretty sweet. Any school that offers me a free ride is cool, but I talked to some friends who went to junior day. They said it was really nice and the campus is awesome. I'm planning on going there for a camp this summer to check it out. I'm really excited about it."
Last season, Guyer finished the season 13-2 overall. Stewart was a key component on the defensive side of the football with six interceptions and 64 tackles.
"I'm a hard-worker and I'm not afraid to hit anybody. I do what I need to do for my team to get the win. That is what I'm about," said Stewart. "I'm like a receiver at corner. I have great hands and I'm not afraid to attack anybody no matter how big they are.
At this point, the only place that Stewart has visited from his offers is Texas A&M. Josh's cousin is a wide receiver turned free safety, Lionel Smith. The two grew up not too far away from each other in Louisiana before having to relocate to Texas after Katrina devastated the gulf shores in 2005.
PonyStampede.com will follow Stewart's recruiting closely and have an update as one becomes available.
***Parts of this report came from Aggie Webinsider.com***