Offensive linemen dominate Oklahoma prospects
Originally Published: July 28, 2004By Tom Lemming | Special to ESPN Insider
Editor's note: Look for Tom Lemming's 2004 Recruiting Road Trip reports every Tuesday and Friday. OKLAHOMA CITY -- There is always just enough talent in Oklahoma to whet your appetite. You will never find an abundance of All-Americans, but there always seems to be three or four prospects with difference-maker potential. This year is no exception. The top quarterback in Oklahoma is Andrew Brewer from Jenks. The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder passed for close to 1,800 yards and rushed for an additional 450, while leading his team to a state title last year. Brewer's speed and ability to throw on the run is what sets him apart. His father played at Tulsa, and his older brother, Aaron, played at Ohio University. Andrew is looking at Kansas State, Missouri, Northwestern, TCU, Texas A&M, Arkansas and Florida.
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