Shemar Stewart, the No. 7 overall prospect in the recruiting class of 2022, was among the defensive linemen who worked out during the morning session of Wednesday’s camp at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. The five-star defensive end only did a partial workout, but certainly looked the part while he was on the field. The 6-foot-6, 264-pound defensive end demonstrated elite athleticism for a player of his size, starting with a 10-foot broad jump and continuing with explosiveness and change-of-direction quickness and a variety of agility drills.
In an interview following the camp, Stewart said he took notice of the “competitive vibe” from Larry Johnson and the rest of Ohio State’s coaches and that Ohio State is “definitely” a school he could see himself attending.