Huskies get visit from Stewart

With the glut of talented signal-callers in the state of California, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle and that's what has happened to Oxnard QB Dasmen Stewart who was in Seattle this past weekend to work out at Washington's skills camp. Dawgman.com caught up with the athletically gifted quarterback prospect and he updated us on his visit as well as where recruiting stands...

"It was a lot of fun up there," Stewart told Dawgman.com on Sunday night. "I had a lot of fun just getting to know the coaches and showing them what I can do out on the field.

"I think I could have been a little more accurate and done a little better with my throwing, but I felt like I had a good workout and coach (Tim) Lappano said he felt I did really well."

Washington has been on Stewart for a while and they have been joined by Army (offer), San Jose State (offer), Nevada and Syracuse as well.

"Coach (Chris) Tormey is recruiting me for (the Huskies)," Stewart noted. "He said he likes my athleticism and that he wants to watch my first couple of games and see how I progress.

"They said they like me as a quarterback, but that I could move to another position if things don't work out.

"When I was up there I ran some at receiver too and my teammate Jamal Smith was up there with me and so I got to run around with him and that was fun."

Stewart said he isn't close to making a decision and will wait to take his visits before he makes a decision.

"Washington is a school I like a lot," Stewart said. "They want to keep an eye on me and will keep in touch with me and I want to take all my visits, so I'm not really that close."

We'll continue to track Stewart's progress in the coming weeks and we'll update things as they change.

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