Oxnard (Calif.) quarterback Dasmen Stewart (6-4, 205) is starting to catch the eye of several schools around the country.
“I’m hearing from Syracuse, Boise State, San Diego State, San Jose State, Nevada and Portland State,” said Stewart.
And three of those schools told Stewart they could be offering.
“Syracuse, San Jose State and Nevada all said that they want to offer me soon,” said Stewart.
Oregon and UCLA are two other schools that Stewart likes, having gone to UCLA’s Junior Day and being very interested in Oregon’s offense.
“I watched Oregon a lot and I can see myself in that role like Dennis Dixon,” said Stewart. “UCLA is talking to me too. Their Junior Day was pretty cool.”
Stewart said he’s most comfortable in the spread offense, which is what the Jackets run.
“I’m a spread quarterback and I can get out and run, but I could play in any offense,” said Stewart.
Stewart said he’s hoping to camp at San Diego State, San Jose State and UCLA and may attend the UnderArmour/Scout.com Combine. He was one of the standouts at the AIGA Combine last month in Long Beach.
“I thought I did really good, but it was real hot that day,” said Stewart.
In no rush to make a decision, Stewart said he’s going to enjoy the process.
“I want to take my time and wait until after the season,” said Stewart. “I’ll go wherever’s best for me.
Stewart was the Pacific View League MVP in 2007 after helping the Yellowjackets to the league title.
Academically, Stewart has a 4.0 GPA.