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Larenzo Stewart is part of an impressive group of explosive offensive playmakers in Nebraska's 2014 signing class. The 5-6, 170-pound Stewart makes up for his small size with game-breaking speed and quickness. Stewart is one of four signees from the state of Texas, marking the seventh straight year the Lone Star State has supplied the most players to the NU signing class. Stewart rushed for better than 3,200 yards in his prep career for Coach David Smith at Klein Oak High School. Stewart earned first-team all-district honors in the Class 5A ranks as a senior, helping his team to a 5-5 record. Stewart ran for 922 yards and nine touchdowns, while catching 18 passes for 237 yards and a touchdown. As a junior, Stewart rushed for 500 yards and seven touchdowns on just 64 carries, and also caught 17 passes, including two touchdown receptions. Stewart had his most productive rushing year as a sophomore, racking up 1,328 yards and 12 touchdown on 155 carries. He also caught a touchdown pass and was one of only two sophomores to earn Class 5A first-team All-District 13 honors. His play helped Klein Oak to a 9-4 record and a trip to the third round of the Class 5A-Division 1 playoffs. Stewart earned a spot on the varsity as a freshman in 2010, and earned 5A-District 13 Offensive Newcomer-of-the-Year honors. Stewart rushed for 517 yards and two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass during his freshman year, helping Klein Oak to an 8-4 record and berth in the state playoffs. Stewart is also a standout on the track for Klein Oak, advancing to the 2013 state meet in the 100-meter dash and as part of the 4x100 and 4x200-meter relay teams. Stewart finished fifth in the 100 meters at the state meet, while the 4x100-meter team captured the Class 5A state title and the 4x200 team placed third. Stewart is ranked as the No. 13 all-purpose back in the country by 247 Sports and is listed among the top 80 players in the state of Texas. Stewart took his only visit to Nebraska, but also had offers from Baylor, Houston and Louisiana Tech. He was born on Nov. 25, 1994, and is the son of Brenda Stewart.