This news might have affected his ranking when we originally did this:
RotoWorld wrote:NFL Network's Mike Mayock reports Oregon RB Jonathan Stewart may need surgery on his big toe. The procedure would keep him out four to six months.
Stewart suffered a turf toe injury in November. He didn't miss any games. Stewart ran the forty at the Combine, but performed no shuttle or cone drills. However, he had MRIs done that showed the injury hasn't improved. He is now expected to wait and see if the team that drafts him recommends the surgery. It seems very likely that he will not be chosen by a team that wants the toe repaired.
For keeper/dynasty leagues, it wouldn't affect my rankings one bit.
Based on talent alone, we've ranked him 2nd only to McDaddy. I don't think it matters if Stewart misses some of his rookie year due to injury, which depending on where he gets drafted, he might have anyway just because he was behind another starting RB.
Stewart has his whole career ahead of him, and he's going to be a STUD.