Now that Rodrick Stewart has returned home from his official visit to Kansas, the 6-foot-5, 215-pound shooting guard from Seattle, Wash., is ready to take the next step in his recruitment.
"I had a great time during my official visit to Kansas," Stewart said. "Kansas is where I want to play basketball and I plan to give them a commitment."
Stewart believes his time spent in Lawrence could have sewn up the deal to become a Jayhawk.
"I had the time of my life during my visit," He said. "It was the best time that I have ever had. I will go back to USC after Thanksgiving and finish up the semester. Once I have completed all of that, I plan to enroll at Kansas in January. That is all I can really say right now."
As it stands right now, Stewart has not given a commitment to Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks. The Washington native must finish out the semester at USC before anything offical happens.
Stewart made it perfectly clear that he intends to enroll at Kansas in January, but he has not officially given a commitment to the Jayhawks.