Darrell Stewart Jr. is anticipated to have a productive season for the Spartans.

The 6-foot-2, 217-pound junior wide receiver has emerged with a big presence on and off the field for Michigan State.

According to the school’s website, Stewart is a Houston native and went Nimitz High School. At Nimitz High, Stewart was ranked the No. 51 top safety in the nation by Scout.com and ranked the 58th top athlete in the nation by 247Sports.com.

During his college sophomore season, he ranked second at MSU for all-purpose yards and was named to the Pro Football Focus Team of the Week twice, according to MSU’s website.

Off the field, Stewart was a Spartan volunteer with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts during the bye weekend, proving his athleticism is also accompanied with graciousness.

The Spartans were 7-6 in their regular football season and 5-4 in their conference this season.

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