An early entry candidate for the 2006 NBA Draft.
Career Highlights: First Team All-SEC selection (coaches, Associated Press) after his junior year. Named AP Honorable Mention All-America, First-Team All-District 9 by the NABC and All-District 7 by the USBWA after his junior year. First Team All-SEC selection (coaches) and Second Team All-SEC selection (AP) after his sophomore year. First Team All-District 9 honors by the NABC and All-District 7 honors by the USBWA after his sophomore year.
Junior (2005-06): Led team in scoring (18.4 ppg), steals (2.6 spg), was second in assists (3.3 apg) and third in rebounding (4.8 rpg). Scored in double figures 29 times and scored 20 or more points 14 times. Had a season-high 26 points against Auburn and 25 points twice in games against UConn and Georgia. Totaled 36 points (13-for-23 FG), 10 rebounds, nine assists and nine steals in two SEC Tournament games against Georgia and Florida.
Sophomore (2004-05): Led team in scoring and was eighth in the SEC with 16.2 ppg. He was also fifth in the league in field goal percentage (.475), second in steals (2.53 spg) and fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.66). He scored 20 or more points eight times, had five or more rebounds 13 times, four or more assists 11 times, three or more steals 15 times, led the team in scoring 15 times, led the team in rebounding eight times and led the team in assists seven times.
Freshman (2003-04): Averaged 12.2 points, and led the team in rebounding (5.5 rpg), assists (3.4 apg), steals (2.0 spg) and field goal percentage (.481). He led the team in scoring four times, including a season-high 23 points against Florida and 21 points in a win over Vanderbilt. Scored in double figures 18 times. Grabbed 10 rebounds in a game twice against West Carolina and Tulsa.
Strengths: Can play three perimeter positions and combines good athleticism with a great feel for the game. Possesses a quick first step and good court vision. Extremely active defender.
Personal: Son of Ron and Carolyn Brewer. His father teamed with Sidney Moncrief and Marvin Delph to form the famed “Triplets,” who led the Razorbacks to the 1978 Final Four.