"So far, I don't have any offers, but there are a few schools talking to me," Brewster told JCFootball.com. "I have talked with Southern and they seem like they could be close to offering. Old Dominion has been talking to me a little bit. Main and Minnesota have been in contact with me too."
Last season, Brewster spent his freshman season at left guard, helping to ease in another freshman who had never played left tackle before.
"Ronald Rudd was our left tackle and he'd never played offense before, so it took us a little bit to get our chemistry down, but as the season went along, we started to really play well together and we're excited about this upcoming season because we will have all of that experience under our belt and we've been through the fire together already," Brewster said. "I feel really comfortable run-blocking because of my aggressiveness, but I'm pretty good in space too, so I can pass-block pretty well too."
This offseason, Brewster has been hard at work perfecting his craft, spending a lot of time on the football field and in the weight room.
"I'm lifting a lot, but the big thing for me is the keep making sure my footwork is the best it can be," Brewster said. "I'm out on the field, doing footwork drills and also working on my technique to make sure it's sound too."
Brewster prepped at San Bernardino (Ca.) High School, but was unable to get qualified, so he headed to Chaffey and he hasn't looked back.
"I felt really comfortable here," Brewster acknowledged. "The program fit me well and I got along really well with the other players almost right away. The coaches really welcomed me too and I feel like we are building something good here."
Brewster is on pace to finish up his academic work next spring and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.
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