Michael Brewster: Ever since signing day, things are starting to get more serious. People are zeroing in on me. It's been picking up a lot lately.
MAB: Who have you been hearing from?
MB: Ohio State's been very serious. Also, Florida, Alabama, USC (Southern Cal) just called and offered and I talked to Oklahoma this weekend. I'm, still waiting to hear from Georgia. I will ask my coach to get in touch with them. I've heard from Miami and Notre Dame too.
MAB: Where do you have offers from?
MB: Michigan, Ohio State, Florida, USC. I am still waiting on Georgia. I haven't been offered by them. Also Alabama and Notre Dame. I'm trying to cut the list down, but I am also trying to give everyone a chance. Virginia's in there too, but no offer.
MAB: Has it been hard?
MB: Yeah, you see something in every one you like. I told Clemson no over the weekend. That was one of the first. It's hard on me and getting harder as I get close to people. It's one thing I am not looking forward too.
MAB: Do you have a top five list yet?
MB: No. I will make a list after spring football. I will take all five visits for sure.
MAB: Have you had any contact with Georgia coaches?
MB: No, in the spring one came and took my name. I haven't been in direct contact. I just finished my highlight tape and will send them it and have my coach call.
MAB: So, you are considering Georgia?
MB: Yeah, definitely. I've heard tons of good things.
MAB: Any junior day visits upcoming?
MB: No, because I want to focus on my season. I am going to Florida and Ohio State's pro day — my only two unofficial visits right now.
MAB: Have you taken any visits yet?
MB: No. I went to Florida State to visit my borther.
MAB: How about any camps this summer?
MB: No camps. I am all camped out. I am going to stay home and work out with my team to get ready for the season.
MAB: What are you looking forward to next season?
MB: I've always been on varsity, but been a younger guy. I'm most looking forward to leading the team and being captain.
MAB: How did last season go for you?
MB: I feel like I did awesome. It was my first season at left tackle and I gave up no sacks — one of my goals. But there's always room for improvement. I want to be the best player in Florida at my position and one of the best in the nation.
MAB: Did you play basketball or any other sports?
MB: I played basketball, but we got knocked out early. We went 23-4.
MAB: What are you looking for in a school?
MB: First, I want a good relationship my position coach. I want to get along with him well. I want a winning program. And a school where I feel at home. Football's only part of the year. You got to like the campus?
MAB: Have you started your off-season lifting?
MB: I've been lifting all basketball season since football ended. I have good trainers working me real hard. Now that basketball's over, it's time to push it to the next level.