Connecticut offensive lineman Jack Stewart became the ninth member of Michigan football’s 2019 recruiting class on Tuesday, as he announced his intentions to play for the Wolverines.
— Jack Stewart (@jackstewartnc74) April 16, 2018
Stewart is the third offensive line recruit in Michigan’s class, joining 4-star players Nolan Rumler and Trente Jones. The 247Sports composite recruiting database grades Stewart as a 3-star prospect, and puts him as the No. 83 offensive tackle and No. 7 Connecticut player in the class. The New Canaan High School recruit has prototypical tackle size at 6-foot-5, 280 pounds.
He’s the second recruit in as many days to commit to Michigan. 4-star CB recruit Te’Cory Couch flipped from Tennessee to Michigan on Sunday. Stewart’s commitment pushes Michigan’s class to No. 1 in the Big Ten and No. 4 in the nation, but like all early recruiting rankings, you should take that information with a huge grain of salt.