Michigan State lands commitment from TCU transfer CB
Michigan State has gone into the transfer portal to add an experienced defensive back to the 2023 roster.
Former TCU CB Kee’yon Stewart announced this weekend that after 4 seasons with the Horned Frogs, he’s heading to East Lansing to continue his college football career.
THIS CHAPTER WILL BE MY BEST CHAPTER!! #GoGreen pic.twitter.com/UmImpyeqrx
— Kee’yon Stewart (@keeyon1k) May 6, 2023
Out of North Shore High School in Houston, Stewart was a 3-star recruit in the 2019 recruiting class. He chose TCU over scholarship offers from 20 other schools, including Louisville, Texas Tech and Utah. Over 4 seasons, Stewart played in 30 games for the Horned Frogs.
As a freshman, Stewart played in 9 games. As a freshman, he posted career-highs in tackles (18) and pass breakups (4).
In the COVID-shortened 2020 season, Stewart played in 5 games. He finished with 9 tackles, including 1.5 for loss – the only TFLs of his career so far.
Stewart was limited to just 3 appearances in 2021, resulting in a redshirt for the season. In those 3 games, he had 5 tackles and 2 passes defended, including an interception.
This past season, Stewart played in 13 games, a career-high. He logged 14 tackles, 3 pass breakups and a forced fumble, the first of his career.
Stewart begins his MSU career with 2 remaining seasons of eligibility due to the NCAA waiver for 2020 and his 2021 redshirt season.