``I think the combination of the style of play and the opportunity to play fairly early," Nova United coach Randy White said about Brewster's decision. "He also really liked their facilities."
Brewster is a skilled forward who can knock down shots from the perimeter as he displayed while canning seven trifectas in a game this past summer.
``He's highly skilled, has great range and also has an extremely high basketball IQ," White added. "He does a lot of good things. He can put it on the floor, but his biggest strength is being able to shoot the ball. He's also a terrific, first-class kid."
Brewster, who averaged 20.1 points and shot more than 40 percent from long-range, also considered George Mason and received interest from Georgetown and LaSalle.