Catching Up with Nolan Brewster

Mullen High School in Denver, Colorado rode the coattails of Nolan Brewster and Bryce Givens all the way to the state title game last year and they have picked up exactly where they left off. Brewster is currently the only out-of-state prospect committed to the Texas Longhorns, but could that change down the road?

"We are 7-0 right now," Nolan Brewster said. "Our quarterback went down with a wrist injury, but one of our younger guys stepped up. He has been playing pretty well."

It's hard to imagine that Brewster could be putting together an even more impressive season than the one he experienced last year, but his numbers have gone up.

"I think I have been doing pretty well," Brewster said. "I have more interceptions at this point in the season than I had last year. I have three right now. I just think that I am playing smarter and more physical. Overall, I think I am a little bit better than I was last year."

Being from Denver, It's not an easy task to get down to Austin on game day and Brewster hasn't made it to the 40 Acres yet this season. He planned on going to the Nebraska game, but things have changed.

"I had been planning on going to the Nebraska game because we had a game on Thursday that week. But that got changed," Brewster said. "I've talked to the coaches and they have a banquet for all the commits every year, so maybe I can make it down for that."

Despite not being able to make it out to a game, Brewster can't wait to get back to Austin.

"I really like the city of Austin," Brewster. "Anytime I can get back down there I know that I will have a great time. I'm looking forward to it."

Brewster is still solid with the Longhorns, but what about his teammate Bryce Givens? Givens was given a scholarship offer from Texas back in early June but claimed that he was solid in his commitment to Nebraska. With the Cornhuskers struggling, has that changed?

"He is still solid as far as I know," Brewster said. "He is going to come down to Texas with me when I take my visit, but he is still solid with Nebraska right now."

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