Quarterback Is Thinking Middle Tennessee

Junior College Signal Caller With Three Years of Eligibility Weighing His Options.

As a four star player, Clint Brewster signed with Minnesota out of high school in 2006. That year, Clint Brewster was the twenty forth best quarterback in Scout.com's rankings. The opportunity to play with his dad was short lived and Clint Brewster transferred to the College of the Sequoias for a year. Now, as a junior college prospect with three years of eligibility, Clint Brewster now has the opportunity to play Division I football again.

In my recent chat with Clint about his recruitment as a Junior College player, he said that the process was going good.

"I am talking to a few schools right now. I really like Middle Tennessee."

Clint visited Middle Tennessee in December and told me he was impressed with " the coaching staff, the facilities, and the town," and named Middle Tennessee his leader, followed by East Carolina, Wyoming, and Colorado State in no specific order and has no plans to slow down his recruitment, as he plans to take visits to Wyoming and East Carolina.

The interest between Middle Tennessee and Clint Brewster seems to be mutual as Coach Rick Stockstill has commented that he would like to sign a junior college quarterback with three years of eligibility. Rick Stockstill has taken this bull by the horns and is recruiting Clint himself and hopes to be able to fight off East Carolina Co-Offensive Coordinator/QB coach Todd Fitch off.

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