"I probably played the best I've played all spring," Brewer said. "We lost to the Eagles in the semifinals."
Brewer, a likely Top 50 prospect, can score. He's got range to his jumper and despite being on the thin side at this juncture; he gets himself into the paint. So far, he's only been on one visit.
"I went to Florida. I liked the players and the coaches. Everybody was cool. I enjoyed it."
Brewer said that he has standing offers from Tennessee, Florida and Memphis. On his short list, despite not offering is Kentucky, North Carolina State and Kansas. Texas is also making contact and is interested in recruiting him.
Like all top prospects, Brewer wants to get on the floor as soon as possible and he'll be one of those guys who gets his minutes early. "The style of play is important. But, I want to come in and make a contribution."
With some heavy hitters on his school lists, picking a winner won't be easy. Right now, there isn't a leader among the group. "Florida is up there because I took an official. That would be the only reason they could lead because I've seen all their stuff."
Brewer will play at the Tournament of Champions in Chapel Hill this weekend.