Stewart focus on six, sets one visit
Elijah Stewart is now focused on six schools, a source told Scout.com on Wednesday. Stewart, who will be the best available player on the board when Myles Turner announces his choice later today, is down to Boston College, Cincinnati, Gonzaga, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh and USC. Originally a LMU signee, Stewart used one official visit during the first time he went through the recruiting process. He plans to use his second one this coming weekend for a visit to Cincinnati. The only other visit Stewart has been on was an unofficial visit to USC on April 12th. Since reopening his recruitment, head coaches from Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Oklahoma State, Boston College and USC have been in to meet with him. Stewart, a four-star recruit, will make a significant move in Scout.com's 2014 rankings on Thursday when they are a released. A 6-foot-4 wing, he's an impressive athlete that has a reputation as a talented shooter and scorer. Get in the discussion with other USC fans in the Fight On! SC Insiders Forum
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