- Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff Writer
One of the top prospects at quarterback in the 2014 class is in-state prospect Chance Stewart (Sturgis, Mich./Sturgis). The 6-foot-5, 210-pound signal caller doesn't have a Michigan offer, but says that doesn't hurt the Wolverines' chances.
"Michigan and Wisconsin are at my top. I feel like both those schools are just great fits for me," he said. "It's still very early, but those two schools are very impressive. They probably will always be at the top."
Both schools would be a great fit as Stewart is a prototypical pro-style quarterback. His size, arm strength and ability are exactly what most schools are looking for. Wisconsin and Western have offered Michigan, and more schools will undoubtedly enter the mix soon.
Stewart attended Wisconsin and Michigan's summer camps, so he was able to get an up close look at what it would be like to be coached at either school. Offensive coordinators Al Borges for Michigan and Matt Canada both provided different styles for Stewart to compare.
"I really enjoyed working with Coach Borges and Canada," he said. "Every coach has different ways to teach things. I felt like Coach Borges was big on footwork at camp, and Coach Canada was more on seeing me get the ball to the receivers."
Stewart was most recently camping at Penn State, but still maintains that Wisconsin and Michigan are his leaders. He isn't positive on when he would like to make his final decision, but knows that it should come sooner rather than later.
"I'd like to make my decision sometime during my junior year, but I'm not sure when, though," he said.