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Ohio OL worked on getting better

Cincinnati Wyoming offensive lineman Robert Brewster is a 6-foot-5, 325-pound offensive guard that is ranked as one of the top 40 players in Ohio. He’s still sitting on one scholarship offer, but he’s worked hard this summer to hopefully increase that total after his senior season.
“I have that one offer from Ball State still,” Brewster said. “But Ohio is talking to me a lot about an offer. Ohio State, Michigan and Ball State were the ones that were on me the most this summer.”
Brewster did camp several places this summer – Virginia, Ohio State and Bowling Green. He worked hard also to become a better all-around player.
“I’m much more quicker and I’ve got more endurance,” he said. “I like to hit people harder. I’m just a better all-around player.”
Brewster said he’s still pretty open to about any team on his list. He’s focused more on his senior season at this point.