When Naijiel Hale committed to the Wildcats on Tuesday afternoon, he made it no secret that he was going to start recruiting for his future team and it seems he won't be the only one.
"My boy Nick Wilson is already going there and he was almost as excited as I was," Brewer told Scout.com early in his recruitment. "He's already in my ear about committing so we can play together. We're good friends and have been teammates for a while now, so that's definitely a big plus for Arizona."
Now, Brewer is doing his best to add a few other players to the 2014 class, including one of his other teammates, Sharif Williams. One of his main selling points is that Williams would be surrounded by friends.
"We tell him that he would really like the environment," Brewer said. "He would know plenty of people, as well. Last year, Arizona signed Khari McGee. They know each other pretty well. Plus, Nick and I will be there."
Brewer has a solid commitment to Arizona. He will be back in Tucson on July 27th for the opening of the new facilities and to get to know some of the other recruits.
"I'm really solid with my commitment," he said. "I am heading down there on the 27th to check things out and meet some more of the players and people that will be there."
The safety will be attending the event with Wilson and Williams. Wilson and Brewer plan on letting the defensive tackle know that he should join them and become a trio of Wildcats.
"They are both going to be heading down there with me," he said. "It's going to be fun and we will have to make sure that Sharif has a good time. It would be nice if he would join us down there."
In addition to recruiting other players, Brewer has taken moments to appreciate why he chose Arizona.
"The environment there is amazing," Brewer said. "They are finishing the new facilities, which are great. There's a lot that I like about Arizona."
"I really like the bond I have built with the coaches. We get along really well and it is just the right fit for me."
Even though the safety is focused on his own recruiting aspects, he has still kept his attention on the other players committing to the Wildcats.
"Naijiel Hale, Nate Dogg's son, just committed the other day," Brewer said. He's a very talented cornerback. I'm pretty excited to see what he can do in person. If we can build some chemistry, we can have a great secondary."
Brewer understands that talent is necessary in order to have a successful team, but also knows that they will have to work hard for it.
"It's definitely good to bring in quality recruits," he said. "If we can work hard and get to the right level, that's where we need to be in order to win. That's the goal, to win."