The American Football Coaches Association Annual Convention is this week, with 6,000+ attendees descending on Charlotte. It’s a prime networking opportunity for prospective coaches, and one former Ohio State player took his job search to a new level Tuesday.
Michael Brewster, a center who played for the Buckeyes from 2008-’11, taped his resume above every urinal in one men’s bathroom at the convention. Here’s the proof:
— Zach Barnett (@zach_barnett) January 9, 2018
Brewster helped the Buckeyes to a Big Ten championship three-peat from 2008-’10, and in 2011 was voted a team captain and earned First-Team All-American honors.
He went on to play in the NFL from 2012-’17 after graduating. He went undrafted and started 10 games at left guard for the Jacksonville Jaguars before leaving for the Miami Dolphins’ practice squad for the 2015 season. He bounced around with the Saints and Giants before retiring due to injuries and beginning his search for a coaching job.
Brewster’s resume objective states that he wants to “secure a Graduate Assistant, quality control, recruiting, or any other position on staff for the 2018 season.” Perhaps coach Urban Meyer can find some room for his old center on his staff.