Darrell Stewart was a three-year starter in the starting line up for the Michigan State Spartans. Stewart was only able to start in nine games last season. Stewart has the potential to be a force on the field, it is just getting everything to come together.
Stewart has excellent size when it comes to playing the slot receiver position. Stewart has the impressive ability to go up and make the difficult reception look very easy. Stewart’s most dangerous ability is when he is in the open field and cause defenders to miss. Stewart is a willing blocker and will help the running back find rushing lanes. Stewart has plenty of talent it comes down to just being able to produce it when needed.
Stewart must improve on catching the ball, some of the drops are off easy throws and he is open when he drops the ball. The route running must be improved for Stewart, he is sloppy when it comes to the running of the routes. Stewart will to improve his footwork and body control when it comes to the running of the routes. Stewart is a project, but he is certainly worth a selection in the mid to late rounds.
Stewart is a bit of a project, but his size and quickness will be dangerous in the slot. I have Stewart going in the mid-sixth to early seventh round of the draft. Stewart has plenty of talent to unleash, it simply comes down to putting everything together.