Inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015 ... Considered the best offensive lineman from the Mean Green’s four Sun Belt championship teams, Brewster was the anchor of a line that enabled a stable of running backs set school and Sun Belt records. Although highly-rated coming out of high school, Brewster was under-sized at 230 pounds. By his senior year, Brewster was 6-2, 275, and a fixture on the offensive line. He was a starter for four years, including 50 consecutive games. Brewster helped pave the way for Kevin Galbreath to become the first back in school history to rush for 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons, and for Patrick Cobbs and Jamario Thomas to top the nation in rushing in back-to-back seasons. With Brewster at center, the Mean Green won four-straight Sun Belt titles and made four-straight appearances in the New Orleans Bowl, Brewster was twice named to the Sun Belt All-Conference team.
Named to the Sun Belt All-Conference first team ... Started a North Texas record 49 games in his career – every game since his freshman season ... Led the way for North Texas to have the nation’s leading rusher in each of the last two seasons ... Helped running back Jamario Thomas rush for a school record 1,709 yards and set several NCAA records, including the fastest freshman to 1,000 yards and the number of 200 yard games as a freshman ...Graded out as the team’s top offensive lineman in 10 of 11 games ... Led the team with a total of 141 knockdowns ...He is the only player in school history to block for four straight 1,000-yard rushers and all four rank among the top six single-season performers ever at North Texas ... Along with his teammates, led the Sun Belt in sacks allowed, giving up just nine, including just five in conference games ... He was a first team all-conference selection in 2003.
Led the team with 213 knockdowns and graded out as the team’s top offensive lineman in nine of 13 games ... Named first-team All-Sun Belt Conference ... Along with teammate Nick Zuniga, Brewster is one of just two linemen in North Texas history to block for three straight 1,000-yard rushers ... Led the way for Patrick Cobbs to lead the nation in rushing with an average of 152.7 yards per game ... Did not allow any sacks in 13 games and helped the team lead the league with only nine sacks allowed in conference games ... Has started every game since his freshman season ... Helped the offense produce the most total yards ever under Darrell Dickey and the most by a North Texas team since 1994.
Started every game at center for the second straight year ... Major part of the league-leading 234.7 rushing yards per game in Sun Belt games ... Member of the offensive line that decreased its sacks allowed from 10 in 2001 to just two in conference games this season ... Helped Kevin Galbreath become the first back in school history to rush for back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.
Had an outstanding freshman campaign, starting every game at center ... One of only three North Texas freshmen to play in every game and one of only two freshmen to start every game ... Instrumental in the success of North Texas’ rushing game, which helped Kevin Galbreath rush for over 1,000 yards
Did not sign with North Texas until the summer and redshirted
Was the starting center for two seasons at Midland Lee, helping the Rebels to back-to-back Class 5A state championship and posting a combined record of 31-1 ... Was a first-team all-district 4-5A pick his senior season and was the starting center for the North team in the 2000 North-South Texas High School All-Star Game in Houston.