"I was on the sideline and he (Morris) wanted me to be able to watch and learn what the tight ends would do. He would call a play and then tell me what they'd do on that play," Brewer said.
The 6-3, 215-pound tight-end enjoyed getting to see the staff again, who were interested in how Brewer had been.
"I thought it went well. It was great seeing the coaches and coach Morris and McElveen again. It was great seeing the boys get after it in practice," Brewer said. "He (McElveen) just was seeing how I was and he was excited to see me there. He's a great guy and great coach."
Brewer got a tour from SMU long snapper Garrett Stotts while on campus of the dorm rooms as well.
"I went to check out the dorm rooms. It was pretty cool to see the dorm and how the living style was like. I went to the ones that just opened two years ago. My cousin, Garrett Stotts, showed me his dorm room too."
Brewer visited Texas A&M last Friday and enjoyed it saying the facilities are, "unreal and outstanding" as Brewer met the tight ends coach for the Aggies as well. Louisiana-Monroe was the last school to offer with Texas A&M, Fresno State and Oklahoma State showing interest.
Brewer would like to see what offers he picks up in the Spring, but after the Spring and before his senior season, he will commit. Brewer said his offensive coordinator thinks more offers are on the way, but SMU is right in the mix for his signature.
"I have strong interest in SMU. It's in a great location and it's a great program coach Morris is building."