Future Coug QB has big night w/ feet & arm

WASHINGTON STATE verbal commit Cody Brewer of Corpus Christi passed for 141 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 107 yards and one TD Friday in the debut game of his senior season.

The dual production wasn't enough, however, as his Flour Bluff High team lost a tight one, 28-25, to King High.

Brewer was 19-of-30 through the air and had no interceptions. "His receiving corps is young and had five or six drops, two of which could have been TDs. His passes looked sharp and the timing good," Flour Bluff staff member George Henderson tells CF.C.

On the ground, the 6-6, 215-pound Brewer rushed 18 times with a long of 38 yards and averaged 5.94 hashes per carry. "Cody looked good running the ball. Hard to bring down," Henderson said. "He does not shy away from contact."

As a junior in 2014, Brewer led Flour Bluff and its Air Raid offense to a 12-1 record and the Texas state Class 5A semifinals. He earned all-South Texas honors and was named district offensive MVP after throwing for 3,261 yards, 35 TDs and 7 INTs on 233-of-387 accuracy. He also rushed for 9 TDs. As a sophomore in 2013, running primarily out of a veer offense, he threw for 2,200 yards and team finished 10-2.

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