Oregon's Stewart could fall in draft following surgery
Durability issues have once again caught up with Oregon's Jonathan Stewart, who might fall out of the first round in April's NFL draft following turf toe surgery.
The one noticeable change on this week's Top 25 Big Board is the absence of Oregon running back Jonathan Stewart. Ranked No. 16 last week, Stewart dropped off the board because he had surgery on March 10 for a turf toe injury that's going to sideline him for four to six months. Stewart, who might not be ready for the start of training camp, should slip to the second round of next month's draft.
The reasons for his dynamic performances throughout his career are excellent vision, very good balance, game-breaking speed and a passion for the game.
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