Will drop his pad level and wrap in the hole, but doesn't look real violent as a striker. However, lacks the size to consistently hold up inside the box and is more of a run around guy. Does a nice job keeping his eyes on the football and playing with proper leverage to slip blocks and dropping his pad level. But doesn't use his hands well enough to keep himself clean, leans with his shoulder too often and can be ridden outside of the play and sealed fairly easy.
Gets good depth on his drop in coverage. Allows his pad level to rise a bit, but keeps his feet under him and has the fluidity to open up his hips and close on the football off his frame. Displays solid closing range on the ball carriers in pursuit, but isn't as explosive as his frame would indicate. Exhibits overly average instincts when asked to read his pass keys. Doesn't take many false steps taking himself out of plays, but at the same time isn't routinely getting early jumps on the football and making plays on the football.
Impression: Possesses good athletic ability for the position, but is really undersized, lacks strength vs. the run and looks more like a free agent. Needs to make his mark on special teams as a fifth linebacker/fourth safety."
Positive: Undersized but athletic linebacker who makes plays sideline to sideline. Fluid moving in all directions of the field, shows ability in pursuit, and gets depth on pass drops. Smooth flipping his hips off the line, can run with tight ends and receivers down the field, and shows skill in space. Aggressive, works hard to get involved in the action, and remains disciplined with assignments. Possesses a nice burst to the ball.
Negative: Easily disrupted from the action by a single block. Lacks the size to be an every-down linebacker. Has off the field issues.
Analysis: Brewer was productive on the college level and has displayed NFL-type skills throughout his career. His size is a limiting factor but he could make a roster as a one-gap linebacker if he produces on special teams."
Weaknesses: Not a very instinctive player, which is not good for a defensive player, especially a linebacker. Will need to improve his strength, as he struggles to shed blocks at the POA. Has difficulty staying in balance in space and making tackles in the open field. Brewer does not show much in coverage. He was suspended for the 2009 season for a failed drug test during the 2008 New Mexico Bowl.
Projection: UDFA who will have to add weight to his frame and do well in his interviews to show that his failed drug test is behind him."
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