Robert Brewster of Cincinnati Wyoming is a player to watch this year. The 6-5, 325 pound offensive lineman is still getting some solid attention.
"Things are going pretty well with recruiting," he said. "All my top schools are staying in touch. Ball State is still in touch and they've offered. I'll be going to their first game. Ohio State, Michigan and Iowa are all in touch regularly and telling me to come up to games."
Right now, Brewster is being patient with the process and seems to be waiting things out.
"I haven't set any visits up yet," he said. "I'm going to see what happens. Everyone is saying I should wait. Everyone's coming in on me late. People are just now finding out about me. Everyone's telling me I'll get most of my offers after my senior year."
Brewster attended camp at Ohio State this summer.
"I had a lot of fun at Ohio State camp," he said. 'I did all right, but I think I could have done better. They stay in touch. They want me to come up to games."
Weight is an issue for Brewster, and it may be playing a role in why he has not yet received more offers. But he has been working hard on it over the summer.
"I'm 325 right now," he said. "I've been going back and forth -- 320 to 325. But now, I'm working so hard in the weight room, it's muscle instead of fat. I'm living in the weight room these days.
"My weight is going to be the key. I know that. I'm working on it. I want to play on Sundays."
Right now, Brewster is excited about the upcoming season.
"We finished two-a-days today," he said. "We're going to scrimmage against Little Miami on Saturday. We already scrimmaged Purcell-Marian."