BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter at right tackle awarded all-Conference honors as a senior. Also played four games with the first team as
POSITIVES: "Relatively athletic college tackle who may ultimately be tried at guard in the NFL. Quickly gets off the snap, blocks with
a wide base, and moves well about the field. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action, uses his large frame to seal defenders
from plays, and works hard to finish blocks. Patient, keeps his head on a swivel, and is effective with his hands. Above-average
blocking range, with the ability to slide laterally or block in motion."
NEGATIVES: "At times, plays stiff and struggles to adjust. Not a dominant drive-blocking lineman."
ANALYSIS: "Brewster has been a terrific college tackle who has been durable and productive. He seemingly does not have the strength
or size to handle right tackle duties in the NFL, yet he could be a productive guard in a number of blocking systems."