Recruiting Update: Nolan Brewster

Strong safety Nolan Brewster from Mullen HS (Denver, CO) received his 1st offer, and it's a big one...

Strong safety Nolan Brewster from Mullen HS in Denver, CO had a stellar junior season and was expected to be one of the state's most recruited players. Those expectations are coming to fruition as the 6'2 195 pound Brewster received his first offer. The University of Texas have officially offered Brewster and the Longhorns are one of his favorites.

"As of right now, Texas is my favorite," says Nolan.

Brewster has ties to UT. His father, current Denver Broncos TE coach Tim Brewster, was an assistant under Mack Brown.

"I have always liked Texas. I like their program. My dad coached there for four years. I like Austin and the program is one of the best in the country."

Brewster lists an early top five of Texas, Notre Dame, Florida, Georgia Tech and USC. With UT and Notre Dame being his top two.

Brewster feels that two schools may be close to offering. "Georgia Tech has talked about offering. They would like to come see me first." He adds, "Notre Dame has talked about it too. I may take an unofficial there soon."

Brewster's had a great junior season leading Mullen to the 5A state championship game before falling to Columbine. "I had 133 tackles and two interceptions. I was 1st team all conference and 2nd team all state."

Brewster also seems to be in good academic standing as he carries a 3.2 GPA. He has not taken his SAT but plans to take them in the fall.

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