What a year for my 6’2” 210 lbs. QB from Hilliard Bradley HS in Hilliard, Ohio. Josh Stewart, who had to transfer in December of 2016 from Worthington Kilbourne HS and play at a new school for his Senior year, did what most guys would think was impossible, but notJosh. On top of transferring he would replace the 2017 Ohio Offensives Player of the year Will Phillis now at Kent State. According to head coach Mike Loparo, it took Josh less than 2 months to become the leader of his new team, but so much about the history of whatJosh has gone through to achieve what he has.
This article is about “what have you done for me lately.” Well here is what Josh ended up doing for Bradley this year; first he went 11 and 1 and the only loss all year was to the D1 State Champions Pickerington Central. Next he set the passing record for Hilliard Bradleyheld by Will Phillis, another Coach Sink QB, from last year by passing for a total of 2515 yards and tying the Passing TD records with 27also held by Will as well. Josh was the number 1 percentage passer with over 100 throws in the State of Ohio with an unbelievable69.5% completion record by going 162 completions for 233 attempts. He also finished the year with a 125.7 QB rating. He also rushed for 512 yards with 9 more TDS
Josh was named the All OCC 1st team QB, All District 1st team QB, Super 25 1st Team QB, and (Dispatch) 2nd Team All State QBand AP 1st team All State QB.
He has 2 offers and here is the list of schools currently recruiting him and there will be more showing up in the next month. Malone, U of Notre Dame (Ohio),Tiffin, ODU, Ashland, U of Albany (NY) and several more. Not a bad year for a kid that played 3 years of varsity football at three different places. I am so proud of all of these accomplishments but most proud of who he is. Josh Stewart, what a young man and what a future lies before him. Coach Sink
Watch his highlight film here: