Spring 2006: Went 8-10 in spring dual seasons before deciding to turn pro following his freshman season...Was 2-4 at No. 1 singles, 3-1 at No. 2, 1-4 at No. 3 and 2-1 at No. 4...Was 1-2 against ranked opponents during the spring...Teamed with Tezar Putra to post a 1-6 mark in doubles, including a 1-4 mark at No. 2 and an 0-2 mark at No. 3...Also went 3-8 when teamed with Bryan Bankester...The duo was 1-6 at No. 2 and 2-2 at No. 3 doubles.
Fall 2005: Capped his first collegiate semester with a 5-5 mark in singles and a 1-4 mark in doubles...Advanced to the quarterfinals at the Middle Tennessee tournament, where he fell to No. 48 Bruno Agostinelli of Kentucky in straight sets.
Prep: Brewer was homeschooled and his family moved from Houston to Memphis in 2005. The son of Peter and Nanette Brewer, Brewer capped his junior career in style, earning a ranking of No. 23 in the USTA National rankings and No. 3 in the USTA South Section rankings. He won the Midwest Open and finished fifth at the National Open in Florida this past spring. He was a doubles quarterfinalist at the Boys 16 Clay Court Nationals in 2004 and finished second at the Boys 16s National Open Singles in 2003. He picked up a win over the No. 10 ranked player in the country in the USTA Boys 16 at an ITF event in Ft. Worth, Texas in 2004. He also won Southern Designated tournaments in Atlanta and Memphis in 2005 in Boys 18s.
In Memphis, Brewer has been coached by the teaching pros at The Racquet Club of Memphis and by Ali Hamadeh, a teaching pro at MUS. He has also been coached by Todd Taylor, the Head Pro at Pebble Creek CC in College Station, Texas, and Chad Copenhaver, the Head Pro at Cherokee CC of Knoxville