The top ranked high school football recruit in both Miami-Dade County and the state of Florida will be taking his talents away from the area for college.
Monsignor Pace defensive lineman Shemar Stewart, considered one of the top players in the entire county, chose Texas A&M on Wednesday in front of a crowd of supporters inside the school's chapel on National Signing Day.
Stewart, the 10th ranked recruit in the nation, chose the Aggies over both the hometown Miami Hurricanes and defending national champs Georgia.
The 6'6", 270 pound star had 13 sacks last season for the Spartans and solidifies Texas A&M's top ranked recruiting class.
Miami's 2022 class rose to 14th nationally, ahead of both in-state rivals Florida and Florida State.
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