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Talking Texas with 2022 WR Commit Evan Stewart


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Top-tier commitments to the Texas Longhorns have been plentiful since Steve Sarkisian took over as the head coach in Austin. Among the recent commits was four-star wide receiver Evan Stewart of Frisco Liberty High School.

Thanks to Stewart and others, Texas now has the fourth-ranked class nationally for the class of 2022 via the 247Sports Composite. The class consists of four five Top-100 players in the country including five-star quarterback Maalik Murphy, the aforementioned Stewart, four-star running back Jaydon Blue, and four-star wide receiver Armani Winfield.

The offense is coming together nicely for Sarkisian and Texas, and Stewart is a big part of that. The 6’0 175-pound Stewart is one of the fastest players in the nation. He’s the 40th ranked prospect in the nation for his class, the fifth-ranked wide receiver, and overall the eighth-ranked player in the state of Texas.

So what led Stewart to commit to the Longhorns?

“The fan base, big stage, and the unlimited opportunities at success,” Stewart said.

 

One appealing factor in coming to Texas is the new head coach, Steve Sarkisian. Sarkisian was the offensive coordinator for the recent national champion, Alabama. The new Texas head coach led one of the most potent offenses in college football history. And under his care, wide receiver DeVonta Smith won the Heisman.

Sarkisian has brought with him a sought-after staff that includes some of the finest assistants in the nation. He and his assistants have been red hot in acquiring some of the best young talents in the country.

Over the past two seasons Stewart has racked up 89 receptions for 1,670 yards and 16 touchdowns. Last season he had 46 receptions for 913 yards and nine touchdowns on a Liberty squad that went 6-5.

“I’m unguardable, my speed, quickness, and route running all play a key role in why,” Stewart said on what makes him so dominant.

Stewart is the main offensive weapon at Liberty and accounted for 38% of the Redhawks passing attack this past year.

Stewart has one year left at the Frisco-based high school. He along with up-and-coming quarterback, Keldric Luster look to do big things in their final year.

“To have the biggest year yet and strive to get to the state championship. If not, so be it, but also have one of the best receiving seasons ever,” Stewart said on his senior season goals.

Stewart holds personal bests of 10.74 seconds in the 100-meter dash and 21.08 in the 200-meter. He’s one of the fastest and most athletic wide receivers in high school football, period. He is a guy you have to gameplan around otherwise he’ll embarrass any defense he’s up against.

Stewart wants Texas fans to know one thing about him before he arrives on the Forty Acres.

“They should know that I’m coming to work. That’s it.”

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