Brewer Has Another Visit

One of the top remaining uncommitted shooting guards in the nation, Ronnie Brewer from Fayetteville (AR) High School, has taken three of his official visits and has another one lined up for the upcoming weekend.
"Friday I'll be at Oklahoma State and I'm looking forward to the trip. I like Coach Sutton and their program plus it will give me a chance to meet the players and see the campus," he said. "After that I'm going to try and visit Ole Miss before signing day but right now it doesn't look like that it will happen."
This past weekend Brewer, who is rated a 4-star prospect and the 11th best shooting guard in the nation by, took his official visit to Connecticut and came away impressed with the Huskies program.
"The visit went well. I got a chance to hang out with the players and they were all really cool. Also it gave me a chance to sit down with the coaches and I really enjoyed talking with Coach Calhoun. He is a really nice guy and a great coach," Brewer said. "The campus was also nice. There is a lot of building going on so you know they are really upgrading. I like that mostly everything on the campus is close together. Also they a pure basketball school which is impressive."
Brewer, 6-foot-6, 190-pounds, took his first two official visits to Arkansas and Oklahoma and returned with good things to say about both programs.
"I went to Arkansas for midnight madness and I had a really good trip. They are very excited about their basketball and the fans really appreciate their team. Also Coach Heath is a good guy who is going to be successful."
"I visited Oklahoma and got to see a football game when they played Iowa State. The atmosphere on that campus was awesome and I had a good time. Coach Sampson is one of my favorite coaches and I believe they have a good future in front of them."
With signing day looming ahead in the near future Brewer indicated that he was getting close to making his decision.
"When I know I've finished my officials I will sit down with my parents and we will weight what each school has to offer and then I will make my decision," he said. "I've enjoyed the recruiting process but this is going to be a tough decision to make."
Last season Brewer averaged 26 points, nine rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks per game.