When asked what Penn State fans should know about him as a football player, Caleb Brewer had a simple response. "I like to hit people," he told SV Sports' Paul Roberts on national signing day. The 6'5, 290-pound senior loves the physical aspect of the sport. He helped Wyomissing's Wing-T attack average 305 rushing yards per game this year. Brewer played offensive tackle and nose guard this season for the (12-2) Spartans. They won their fifth straight District 3-3A championship and reached the state semifinals. Brewer was named the BCIAA Offensive Lineman and Defensive Lineman of the Year. Although he really enjoys the defensive side of the ball, Brewer said he expects to play guard or center for the Nittany Lions. He was a tight end during his junior season. Brewer is following in the footsteps of J'ven Williams who was an All-State OL at Wyomissing. Williams played in two games as a true freshman this year for Penn State. Brewer explained why James Franklin is such a good recruiter. "He's a family guy. He takes care of everybody that would be on his team. He's really outgoing," replied Brewer. Franklin will have to wait a little longer before he sees Brewer on campus in State College. Brewer is also a standout wrestler for the Spartans. "I want to win State's. I think I can. I stayed here for a reason," he stated.