Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01

Cade Stewart Photo

Two-year starter on offensive line who helped Daniel High to state championship game in 2015…follows a long line of players from nearby Daniel to come to Clemson…former Daniel players now in the NFL who went through Clemson include DeAndre Hopkins (Pro Bowler, Houston), Jarvis Jenkins (Chicago Bears), DeShawn Williams (Cincinnati) and 2015 All-American Shaq Lawson who will join the NFL in 2016….ranked as No. 19 player in South Carolina by 247 Sports…named to the Shrine Bowl for the South Carolina team…played for Randy Robinson…recruited by Brent Venables.

Mickey Plyler on Stewart: Stewart is a really good offensive line prospect that starts with a solid baseline. He has been well coached and is fundamentally very sound. He really impressed the Shrine Bowl staff. Like most offensive linemen, he is a couple of years away but he has a lot of tools to start with.

Reminds Plyler of: Nathan Bennett

He flipped from Georgia Southern after receiving a greyshirt offer from Clemson.


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