Rahmir Stewart redshirted in 2023 but played in one game against Northwestern.
Before Nebraska (Imhotep Institute)
Stewart was a standout defensive back for Imhotep Institute in Philadelphia. Along with Husker teammate Vincent Carroll-Jackson, Stewart was the first Pennsylvania native to sign with Nebraska out of high school since 1999.
Stewart was a two-way star for Imhotep, playing running back on offense in addition to being regarded as Pennsylvania’s top safety. As a senior, he totaled 31 tackles with three interceptions according to MaxPreps. Stewart was credited with 12 tackles and three interceptions as a junior and 14 tackles with three picks as a sophomore. On offense, Stewart rushed for 451 yards in his career with 10 touchdowns. His play helped the Panthers to a runner-up finish in the Pennsylvania 5A playoffs in both his junior and senior seasons.
Stewart was regarded as a three-star prospect and was ranked among the nation’s top 45 safeties by ESPN. He held an impressive list of scholarship offers and chose Nebraska over fellow finalists Georgia, Michigan, Oregon, Oklahoma, Penn State and Texas A&M.