Shemar Stewart has undoubtedly circled Sept. 9 on his calendar for a while. Texas A&M’s schedule has Stewart returning home to Miami on Saturday.

Stewart played for Monsignor Pace High School in Miami Gardens, less than 5 miles away from Hard Rock Stadium, where the Miami Hurricanes play their home games. As a recruit, Stewart was rated 5-stars, the No. 1 player in the state of Florida and No. 9 prospect overall in the Class of 2022 by the 247Sports Composite. He chose Texas A&M over Miami and others, a decision that didn’t go over well back home.

In a Monday media opportunity, Stewart recalled being shunned after picking the Aggies over the Canes. He said there was a time he envisioned himself playing for The U.

Stewart had 5 tackles and a quarterback hurry in Texas A&M’s win over Miami last year in College Station. This season, Stewart is looking to record his first tackle. He had a pass breakup in Texas A&M’s Week 1 win.

The Aggies and Canes are set to play at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, with the game airing on ABC.