Camp notebook: Stewart works out at WR 

June, 7, 2012
When Fultondale, Ala., native ArDarius Stewart committed to Alabama in January, many pegged him as a possible cornerback or safety at the next level. He plays quarterback in high school, but that’s not where his future lies.

Before this week’s prospect camp, UA head coach Nick Saban gave Stewart the opportunity to play where he wanted to play, and the 6-foot-1, 185-pound athlete opted to try out wide receiver for a change.

“I talked to Saban before the camp,” Stewart said. “He was telling me he was going to give me a chance to play whatever I wanted to play. He wasn’t just going to put me at a position that I didn’t want to play. He was going to give me a chance to do what I want to do.

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