Steward Closing on Decision

Steward Closing on Decision


Steward Closing on Decision


 The nation’s top linebacker Tony Steward is close to making a decision after taking his final official visit over the weekend to Florida State.  Just like the Clemson visit, Tony gave the visit high marks.

“It was pretty good.  I wanted to get that last final feeling.  I did and it was a good one.  It turned out to be a good visit.  I would give it a ten,” said Steward.

What was the highlight of the visit?

“I feel very comfortable there,” replied Steward.

Tony brought some of his family along for the visit.

“My mom and little brother came with me,” said Steward.

Although the 5-star linebacker does not plan to announce until signing day, he is very close to making his final decision.

“I am just about there.  I am not taking any more visits.  I am going to mull it over for a few days.  Then hopefully I will make my decision,” said Steward.

What does Tony like best about his final two schools Clemson and Florida State?

“I just have a comfort level at both.  I like everything the same at both.  That is why it is so hard to make the decision,” replied Steward.

Who is going to help the prize recruit make his decision?

“I am going to have to make it on my own,” replied Steward.

Tony is glad the official visits are completed and he can focus on making his decision.

“Actually I am very glad.  I am very happy to be done,” said Steward.



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