Anfornee Stewart said he’s leaning to Michigan State over Central Florida, and will visit both schools within the next two weeks.
The 6-foot-1, 193-pounder played quarterback at Duluth High School, but is being recruited as an “athlete” by colleges.
“Michigan State likes me at safety or cornerback,” Stewart told the AJC. “They’ve been keeping in touch with me a lot. They’re my leader. I like the atmosphere. I don’t know about that cold weather but I would eventually get used to it.”
Stewart said his recruiting trip is scheduled for Central Florida this weekend and then he’ll go to Michigan State.
He watched Michigan State defeat UGA in the Outback Bowl on TV. “It was awesome,” Stewart said. “I was pulling for Michigan State. It was crazy. I thought they were going to lose at first, but I guess it was meant for them to win. They played hard and never quit.”
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– By Michael Carvell, AJC Recruiting Blog
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