"I was on Facebook and I noticed that a Wisconsin coach had added me, so I sent him a message and he told me to call them," Stewart told BadgerNation. "I did and I was on the phone with Coach Chad (Kauha'aha'a) and we were having a good talk just to touch bases and then he offered me. I was excited that it was my first Big Ten offer. I'm really excited and I would love to be a Badger!"
Wisconsin joins Boise State, Colorado, Fresno State, Oregon, Oregon State and Vanderbilt as schools that have offered the 6-0, 175-pound cornerback, who is ranked a three-star prospect and the No.52 cornerback in the country by Scout.com.
"I'm very interested in Wisconsin and how they play," said Stewart. "I like how physical they play. When I think of Wisconsin, smash-mouth football comes to mind. I will see how my parents are financially with visiting Wisconsin and see if we can make the trip."
A former teammate of one-time Wisconsin target, and USC signee, John Plattenburg, Stewart impressed on the field this past season and feels he would be a great fit for their tough and physical defense.
"(Coach Chad) told me that they are very interested in me and I could play a key role in this defense," said Stewart. "They could see me locking down the best receivers on the outside or playing safety."
Stewart currently doesn't have a top list yet. Trying to plan out where he will be taking his visits, Stewart does not have anything currently scheduled.