Logan Stewart Update

As a senior, Logan Stewart was one of the top offensive line prospects in the southeast. Vanderbilt, East Carolina, Air Force and home-state South Carolina all extended him offers. However, in the end Stewart signed with Vanderbilt in February. VandyMania.com caught up with Stewart to find out how he is preparing for his freshman season.

Logan Stewart knows Vanderbilt is depending on him to show up in top shape so he has been working hard to prepare for his freshman season. Stewart received a workout plan from Vanderbilt strength and conditioning coach John Sisk, and is following it carefully. He is working out at a local gym called "Fitness Edge". Stewart, who weighed just 268 pounds at a Scout.com combine last year, says his weight is now up to 290 pounds.

Stewart, whose play was outstanding in the Carolina Shrine Bowl, says he hears from the Vanderbilt coaches on a weekly basis. He recently visited for the Commodore's spring scrimmage and says he had a great time.

One of the glaring problems of that scrimmage was the play of the VU offensive line. While Stewart knows he may have the opportunity to play as a freshman, he also understands that he must earn it, "All I have done is played high school ball. I have to go to Vandy and prove myself."

Like other incoming football freshmen, Stewart plans to head up to Nashville in July for summer school and more workouts.

With some good cooking from the Vanderbilt training table and expert strength and conditioning from Sisk, one can only wonder how much more muscle Stewart can gain before the 2010 season. One thing is for sure; Vanderbilt needs him and his fellow freshmen offensive linemen to be ready for action.

Stay tuned to VandyMania.com for more on Logan Stewart.


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