The pipeline from Berks County to State College is running strong. Nick Singleton, J'ven Williams, Joey Schlaffer, and Trace Brown are already on Penn State's football roster. Caleb Brewer from Wyomissing is next in line. The 6'5, 300-pound junior committed to the Nittany Lions over the weekend. "There's good football and they meet all my expectations for academics. It was important that they're close to home," said Brewer. His mother is very happy that her son isn't going too far away. Brewer, who has a 3.8 GPA, was impressed with the business program at Penn State. He also spoke highly of head coach James Franklin. "He's an outgoing guy. He makes you feel comfortable when you're around him. You can tell he supports the team with everything that he has," replied Brewer. Williams and Brewer paved the way for the Spartans to win their fourth straight District 3 championship and eleventh overall. Wyomissing finished (13-1) last year and reached the Class 3A state semifinals under Bob Wolfrum. He's won a District 3 record 350 games over the past 36 seasons with the Spartans. Brewer told Paul Roberts of SV Sports that he will likely play guard in college. He was a tight end for Wyomissing a season ago. Brewer qualified for the state wrestling tournament as a sophomore. He was the runner-up at 285 pounds in the BCIAA championships this year. "I wouldn't be the same athlete that I am now without wrestling. Wrestling is a different sport. It's a lot tougher and helps you a lot with footwork," emphasized Brewer. He received offers from 28 Division I schools. Roberts asked Brewer how much relief he felt after making the announcement to attend Penn State. "The recruiting process, it's a business and there are some hard things that you have to sort through. It all worked out in the end," he said.