So, what were his thoughts on the visit to Knoxville?
''It went well,'' Stewart told Scout.com's Jamie Newberg. ''It seems like such a peaceful place. The hospitality was great and I spent a lot of time with the coaching staff. The coaches really seem like a great group of guys. So do the players. Also, I have never seen a stadium that big.''
Tennessee was Stewart's third visit, following Washington State and Southern Cal. He is not ready to name a leader at this point.
''I am not sure yet,'' he said. ''In the end I will do what is best for me and I will see where God leads me.''
''I think I may scratch them off the list,'' he said. ''I am not sure yet who will get that last visit. It could be a surprise.''
''We'll see,'' Stewart said. ''I talked with him when he was still at Notre Dame and he seems like a great coach. I will wait and see what happens.''
Wherever he signs, Stewart should make his mark early. He ran for 7,757 yards in high school, breaking the state's all-time career rushing record. He rushed for more than 2,220 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior.