Displays an average first step off the snap and is able to get a little initial push as an in-line guy because of his size. Displays a decent range as well when asked to kick-out block on defenders slightly off his frame. However, he isn't coordinated/fluid enough to stay on blocks for any extended period of time — in both the run and pass game — and too often ends up on the ground.
Impression: A limited athlete who needs to lower his overall girth to have a chance at the next level. Is too heavy and struggles to stay on blocks for any extended period of time."
Positive: Strong, wide-bodied blocker who has displayed the ability to dominate the opposition. Gets his hands into defenders, easily anchors in pass protection, and gets movement run blocking. Stays square, turns opponents off the ball, and blocks with a nasty attitude. Displays violent punch with his hands and is tough to get around. Keeps his head on a swivel.
Negative: Lacks agility and footwork in space. Not a natural knee bender.
Analysis: Stewart possesses outstanding size and offers the strength to match. He's a wide-bodied blocker who can control the opposition once he gets his hands on them. He must learn to do the little things well, properly condition himself, and play hard for sixty minutes to have any chance of making an NFL roster."
Strengths: Massive yet athletic interior lineman. Quick off the ball and agile; changes directions well for one so large. Can run and reach the second level, and can engage defenders in space. Identifies and reaches his assignment. Punishes defenders on the line and in tight, and gets push. Strong arms and hands, and can punch and lock on. Powerful anchor in pass protection; stones the bullrush but has quick feet and can adjust and slide to pick up stunts.
Weaknesses: Might be too large for some schemes. Smart to the point of it possibly being a detriment to his pro career. Already in law school; does he want to postpone his education to beat on his body in the NFL for a few years?
Projection: Low-round pick who could develop into a starter for a power-blocking team, but does he want to go pro? He'll one day end up a lawyer with a lucrative career, so the incentive of NFL dollars may not be there for him. He certainly gave his all to Notre Dame, and if he wants to go pro, deserves to be drafted."