Nolan Brewster: 100% Solid

It's an unwritten rule in recruiting to respect the commitments that other prospects have with their respective schools. So when Texas offered Mullen, Colorado offensive tackle and Nebraska commit Bryce Givens, the Cornhuskers retaliated quickly by extending an offer to Givens' high school teammate Nolan Brewster. Will the Nebraska offer affect Brewster's commitment?

"Yeah, 100%," Nolan Brewster said when asked if he was still solid with the Longhorns.

When asked about the Nebraska offer, Brewster said that it will have no impact on his commitment to Texas.

"No, no, not at all," Brewster said.

Brewster has made plans to make his way down to Austin over the weekend to camp at UT. It will be the first time that Brewster has been back to the 40 Acres in four years.

"Yeah, I'm going to be there," Brewster replied when asked if he was going to be in Austin over the weekend. "I haven't been there since I lived there about four years ago when my Dad (Tim Brewster) was coaching at Texas. So, I look forward to coming down there."

Being an out-of-state prospect, Brewster hasn't had the chance to meet any of his future teammates face-to-face.

"I've been texting a few guys. The coaches gave me a couple of numbers," Brewster said. "Some of the guys seem really cool. I'm really looking forward to seeing my new teammates."

Brewster talked about what he wanted to accomplish during his stay in Austin.

"It's different from a camp where you are looking for a scholarship offer," Brewster said. "I just want to show the coaches that offering me a scholarship was the right thing to do. I just want to go down there and prove that I was worthy of extending a scholarship offer to."

There had been some talk about Brewster's teammate Bryce Givens possibly making it down for camp as well. It's unlikely that he will make it in this weekend, but Brewster is convinced that Givens will eventually visit.

"I think so," Brewster said when asked if Givens wanted to eventually visit UT. "It's tough for him to talk to other schools being committed to Nebraska, but I think he is pretty interested in it (visiting). I would think that he is going to visit, but I'm not sure when."

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