2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MJ STEWART: North Carolina, 5107 200 4.54. Two year starter from Arlington, VA. Often lined up at nickel on a slot. Fundamentally sound prospect who projects as a nickel corner. Productive player with good ball skills. Shows toughness. Takes on inside receivers with good shed ability. Uses his hands well to separate and shed. Solid tackling skill with ability to finish a tackle. Good zone skill in the short underneath zones with quick reactions on the throw. Reads the routes and the quarterback. Has ball skills for the pass break getting his hands to the catch point. Matches up well in a short space. Struggles with some movements and fluid transitions. Gets hung up reacting at times. Possible transition to safety. Teams may like his versatility and aptitude for sub packages. Special teams and sub package prospect. Senior Bowl notes: Was the best slot corner Senior Bowl week. He lined up both inside and outside but appeared more of a value inside. He appears comfortable and is as effective playing off man as he is in press. Plays square. Doesn’t open his hips early giving receivers an easy release. Has a burst out of his breaks. No false steps. 2017 stats: 45 T, 5 TFL, 12 PBU, 2 QBH. BTR:left 5.21, right 5.28. OSR:32/41. Fourth/fifth round. (A-31 1/4, H-9 1/4, VJ-35, SS-4.28).