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FoxSportsNextTV: Ardarius Stewart
Ardarius Stewart's speed if the first thing that jumps out on film. He has been clocked in the 4.3 range in the 40-yard dash. He can take it the distance from anywhere on the field.
Stewart has bulked up since the end of his football season standing 6-foot-1, 190-pounds. He is fast, elusive, breaks tackles and stops on a dime. His legs never stop moving and always fighting for extra yardage. He has excellent closing speed and flies to the football on defense. He is a hard-hitting safety and can cover a lot of ground with his speed.
Stewart plays quarterback for his high school, but expected to play wide receiver or defensive back at the University of Alabama. His defensive highlights are almost as impressive as skills on offense.
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