76 - Julian Stewart
Julian Stewart
Height: 6-2
Weight: 290
Year: RS Senior
Hometown: Spokane, Wash.
High School: Lewis & Clark HS '04
Position: OL
Experience: 2L*
2007: Listed as a starter at left offensive tackle on preseason depth chart. Missed spring practices after off-season knee surgery. 2006: Started four games at left offensive tackle, including Eastern's last three games of the season. The first start of his career came in Eastern's 19-10 win over Montana State (9/23/06). He was selected as the team's most improved offensive player at the conclusion of spring practice. 2005: Lettered as a backup offensive lineman. For the second-straight year, the offensive line helped Eastern rank fourth in FCS in total offense with an average of 477.8 yards. The Eagles were second in passing (341.8) and 14th in scoring (35.0). Eastern set 20 offensive school records, including the school's season passing yards (4,102) originally broken in 2004. 2004: Could not participate for the 2004-05 academic year due to NCAA regulations. HS: Graduated from Lewis and Clark HS in 2004. Selected by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 100 recruits in the state of Washington. Selected to play in the East-West All-Star Football Game. Earned first team All-Greater Spokane League honors as an offensive lineman by The Spokesman-Review. Coaches selected him as a first team All-GSL National Division pick as an offensive lineman. Helped lead Lewis and Clark to an 8-2 record overall and a 5-1 record in the Greater Spokane League National Division. The Tigers advanced to the first round of the State 4A Playoffs, where they lost 23-10 to eventual champion Pasco. Blocked for Tiger running back Milton Nelson who finished with 1,106 rushing yards and nine touchdowns in nine games. As a team L.C. averaged 354.1 yards per game to rank fifth in the GSL. As a junior, he also earned first team All-Greater Spokane League honors as an offensive lineman by The Spokesman-Review. Coaches selected him as a first team All-GSL National Division pick as an offensive lineman. Eagle teammate Ethen Robinson ('06) also attended Lewis and Clark. Personal: Born 6/1/86 in Eugene, Ore. Interdisciplinary studies major.
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