An instinctive player, he is a quick thinker who understands both the opponent’s schemes and OSU’s assignments.
Checking in at 6’5” Brewster has impressive length and a top-notch frame for an interior lineman. However, he is a big light in the pants and even for a center he could stand to pack on a few pounds. Not that he is undersized at 293 pounds, but he could use another 15 pounds of muscle and strength before he moves on the NFL. Slowed down by an ankle injury Brewster didn’t take off as expected last season, but look for the lineman to make a run for the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center in 2010 in what is supposed to be a stellar season for the Buckeyes."
Brewster is a natural leader and could play just about anywhere on the offensive line. Played guard in high school and his natural leadership makes him a great fit at center at the next level. His ability to lay an explosive block on a defensive lineman and move up to the next level to pursue a block on a linebacker is exceptional. Plays with a mean streak and uses his hands effectively to create a push forward in the run game. Using his long arms, he exhibits an ability to lean and use leverage to overpower defensive lineman.
Among the best interior offensive lineman if he decides to leave early, but very likely the No. 1 prospect at his position if he stays. A second round pick in 2011 with the potential to be a first rounder in 2012."
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