Brewster Enjoys Camp Experience

Friday's camp session was a resounding success for the Ohio State Buckeyes. They hosted a number of top prospects that are considering offers, but a strong contingent of early commitments were also on hand to help coax some of those targets. caught up with Michael Brewster last night to hear his thoughts on the camp experience. five-star prospect Michael Brewster, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive lineman from Edgewater High School in Orlando, Fla., had a blast while spending the weekend in Ohio.

Not only did he get to meet up with some of his future teammates and coaches at Ohio State, but he also made the trek to Canton to visit the NFL Hall of Fame.

"It was good," Brewster began to explain of the camp experience. "I worked out some, and then I just basically hung out all day Friday. I did not do too much football stuff, but it was good to see everyone."

"We (Brewster, Adams, Shugarts) worked out some with (Eric) Lichter and that was pretty rough. We are all looking pretty lean and in shape though."

"I just love being up there," Brewster continued. "I just love being around the coaches and coach (Jim) Bollman. Seeing all of my friends and the commits. Plus now I am up in Canton and I got to visit with some old friends and see the football Hall of Fame. It was pretty amazing."

Brewster, J.B. Shugarts, Jacob Stoneburner and Mike Adams got to spend plenty of time recruiting hopeful future teammates while the camp was in full swing Friday morning and afternoon.

"It was fun getting to hang out with Terrelle Pryor, Dan McCarthy, Kevin Koger and guys like that," Brewster informed.

"Lamaar Thomas was a good guy. I think we definitely have a shot at him. He is not big, but he is so fast. Michael Floyd was there and I think he had a wonderful time, so I think that it was a successful weekend."

The current commitments spent a lot of time recruiting some of the top targets that the Buckeye's remain in on, but there was no doubt that Terrelle Pryor is at the top of that wish list.

"He looked very good," Brewster informed of Pryor. "He is very special. He could have a chance to come in to the program and make a difference right away. He has a strong arm. He throws the ball very well. He is just a freak (athlete). I was excited to see that he was selected to play in the U.S. Army Bowl."

Brewster and many of the current recruits and their families all got together with some of the coaching staff on Friday night for a special dinner.

"It was me Ben Buchanan, DeVier (Posey), J.B. (Shugarts), Mike (Adams), Jake (Stoneburner), DeVoe (Torrence), and Sweat came at the very end. I think that Nathan Williams was the only commitment that was not able to make it. We all had a good time," Brewster said of the night's festivities.

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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