Brewster Plans Five

Edgewater High School is home to one of the Country's premier offensive line prospects in Michael Brewster. Fresh off a recent tour of Ohio State for an unofficial visit, he has begun to tentatively schedule his official visits.

Michael Brewster, a 6-foot-6, 305-pound interior offensive lineman from Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla., had a great time last weekend while on an unofficial visit to Ohio State.

"It was a real good visit," Brewster began. "It was really intense. I was basically around a coach the whole time I was up there. It was very informative. I learned a lot about the system and how they do things."

"I had the chance to watch the players go through their morning workout, and I got to sit in and see some game film. That was all pretty neat."

While in Ohio Brewster had the chance to hang with Mike Adams and Jacob Stoneburner, two players he spent a lot of time with at the Army All-American Junior Combine in San Antonio.

"Big" Mike issued a verbal commitment while in the company of Brewster, Coach (Jim) Tressel and Coach (Jim) Bollman.

"That was pretty exciting," Brewster said. "Coach Tressel and Coach Bollman were really surprised. I do not think that they had any idea that he planned to give them a commitment that night."

Although Brewster understands that each individual player needs to approach the recruiting process with their own goals in mind, he can not help but dream of playing alongside some of the other top linemen in the 2008 class.

"Could you imagine an offensive line of J.B. Shugarts at right tackle, Mike Adams at left tackle, and me and Jenks (Josh Jenkins) at the guards? That would be one of the best line classes to ever sign," the "Sunshine State" standout said.

Brewster admits that he is all over the place with his plans on an eventual decision.

"One day I want to commit and then the next day I would like to take all of my visits," Brewster informed of his thought process. "Right now I think that I am going to take all of my visits."

"I have been contacting the schools and starting to get the ball rolling on setting up some of the dates. I think that I will be going to LSU (Va. Tech Game), Florida (Tennessee Game), Alabama (Georgia Game), and Ohio State (Wisconsin Game)."

"I will also definitely be visiting USC, but I am not for sure if it will be for the Arizona game or the Stanford game," Brewster continued. "I wish that they were playing Notre Dame at home this year."

Brewster added All-Combine First Team honors after impressing the Scouts at the U.S. Army Junior Combine that was held in San Antonio in early January.

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