Serving as one of the cornerstone defensive pieces on an already stacked Brantford team, Jaivyn Stewart brings a very well rounded, two-way game to the table. While he doesn’t necessarily have the raw offensive numbers to be looked at as an offensive guy, one must keep in mind the sheer amount of offensive talent on his team. Stewart displays a very high IQ and amazing playmaking abilities, and plays on the top power play unit for Brantford. Stewart also plays a very strong and physical game, and is very good at maintaining strong gap control. Stewart is described as being a great kid and has great character as well. With the 2022 OHL draft looming ever so close, Stewart could likely be one of the middle to lower round picks, where he could eventually make a couple seasons to develop before stepping into the OHL. Once there, Stewart could likely develop into a bottom 4 guy, who can man the second power play unit effectively. If one thing is for sure, Stewart could be quite the prospect to be brought into any team's pool.