Class of 2019 five-star power forward/center Isaiah Stewart has narrowed his list of potential college landing spots to six. The Rochester, New York native made the announcement on Friday via Twitter.
Ranked in the top 10 nationally, Stewart’s remaining six schools are Indiana, Washington, Syracuse, Duke, Villanova, and Michigan State.
Previously in his top 10 and left out of the mix were Georgetown, Louisville, Notre Dame, and Texas.
Coming in at 6-foot-9 and 245 pounds, Stewart has a college ready physique. He has used that size to become a dominant force on the Nike EYBL circuit and in high school.
Throughout the complete spring and summer sessions on the Nike EYBL, Stewart averaged 18 points on 57% shooting and added 11.1 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game. He was consistently one of the top rebounders on the circuit.
Stewart is at his best around the rim, but has shown the able to face up and attack off the dribble.
He was selected first team all Nike EYBL for his performance on the circuit.
Stewart also competed for the U17 Team USA this summer and won a gold medal.
For high school, Stewart attends La Lumiere in LaPorte, Indiana. He will be teammates for the upcoming season with fellow IU recruit Keion Brooks, Jr. Indiana has solid relationships with La Lumiere head coach Patrick Holmes and his staff.
As a junior at La Lumiere, Stewart started in all 29 games and averaged 19.8 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 2.4 blocks per game.
Stewart has said recently that he would like to make a commitment by November.
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