2020 3-star WR Ian Stewart 'Can't Wait' for Michigan BBQ Visit

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2020 3-star WR Ian Stewart 'Can't Wait' for Michigan BBQ Visit

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2020 3-star WR Ian Stewart 'Can't Wait' for Michigan BBQ Visit


Rockwood (Mich.) Oscar A. Carlson 2020 WR Ian Stewart was offered by Michigan at camp on June 18. He has already visited multiple times. 


2020 3-star WR Ian Stewart ‘Can’t Wait’ for Michigan BBQ Visit

Ian Stewart is excited to hang out with McElwain, Roundtree and Moore.

Prior to walking into coach Jim Harbaugh’s office on June 18, Rockwood (Mich.) Oscar A. Carlson 2020 three-star wide receiver Ian Stewart and Belleville (Mich.) 2020 three-star cornerback Andre Seldon Jr. were praying on an offer from Michigan.

“We were both just talking about how crazy it would be to get an offer from Michigan,” Seldon said.

Sure enough, Stewart and Seldon both were offered by Harbaugh. Two days later, Seldon committed to the Wolverines.

Stewart is not ready to commit but has a high-level of interest in Michigan. He and Seldon will both attend the BBQ at the Big House in Ann Arbor on July 28.

During the camp on June 18, Stewart bonded really well with wide receivers coach Jim McElwain, assistant coach Roy Roundtree and tight ends coach Sherrone Moore. He is looking forward to reuniting with them.

“I’m looking forward to talking to the coaches and getting to know them even better,” Stewart said. “I’m excited and I just can’t wait.

“Coach McElwain told me after camp that he loves the way I play and is going to recruit the heck out of me these next few years.”

The 6-foot-3, 200 pounder has offers from Michigan, Akron, Ball State, Boston College, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Indiana, Morgan State, N.C. State, Northern Illinois, Seton Hill, Syracuse, Toledo, Western Illinois and Western Michigan.

“I’m very interested in Michigan,” Stewart explained. “It’s one of my dream schools. Growing up, my parents were both Michigan fans.”

Reflecting on his own talks with Seldon, Stewart said he plans to get deep with him regarding Michigan down the road. Right now, they are just two friends chasing a college dream.

“We haven’t talked much really about Michigan, but I’m sure we will down the road,” Stewart said.

Stewart is ranked No. 318 in the nation, No. 60 at wide receiver and No. 6 in Michigan, according to 247Sports Composite.

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