"I probably won't ever get to see another game like that ever again," Brent said. "That's one to put into the record books."
Brent (6-3, 300, 5.0) is a national top-100 propect, according to Scout.com. He is rated as the nation's No. 71 prospect overall, No. 3 in Illinois overall and as the nation's 12th-best defensive tackle.
Brent shared some details on his day spent at Ohio State.
"The coaches basically told me they want me to come and be a part of that atmosphere and be a part of it," Brent said. "I talked to Coach Tressel and (defensive coordinator Jim) Heacock before the game. I talked to them a little bit afterwards, too, but they were busy."
"I also got to talk to David Patterson as well," Brent said. "They said they think I could be that type of player. They said I should definitely be able to come in and compete for playing time right away."
Brent has official visits set with Michigan Dec. 1, Ohio State Dec. 8 and Wisconsin Dec. 15.
"I am down to those three," he said. "Right now, I want to take those visits and see where things are after that."
Regarding Michigan, Brent said, "It was a battle from beginning to the end. Michigan's line is a little bit younger. They have a couple of guys returning. Once again, the coaches there have said some of the similar things. They think I can come in and contribute."
Brent also had some comments on Wisconsin.
"I think that is a program that can consistently be in the top 15 year in and year out," Brent said. "They sort of fly under the radar. They are 11-1 and nobody is talking about them. They are a great team that nobody recognizes."
As a senior, Brent had 70 tackles, 20 tackles-for-loss and five sacks for a 9-2 team.
"I think I've got a pretty good motor," Brent said. "I think that is probably one of my strengths."
Brent holds a 2.3 GPA and scored a 21 on the ACT.