August 26, 2007
Brewster's still a hot target
The Texas Longhorns do the overwhelming majority of their recruiting within the Lone Star State, and history would indicate that the Horns' recruiting success rate is much higher with in-state prospects than it is with out-of-state prospects.
That's not to say that Texas is unable to get commitments from top prospects outside the state, but over the past few years, it's been the non-Texans that have been more apt to change their minds. With that information factored in, it's understandable that the Longhorn fan base has wanted to keep close tabs on the team's only out-of-state commitment, Nolan Brewster. Throw in the fact that Brewster's father is the head coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, and the anxiety level gets bumped up another notch or two.
According to Brewster, a blue-chip safety out of Denver Mullen, he's still happy with his decision to commit to Texas, despite the good-natured efforts of some of his friends, including Nebraska commitment Bryce Givens.
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