Brewster shows a ton of polish for a QB his age and he does an elite job moving around in the pocket, while also selling play fakes excellently. He throws a tight spiral with a good release point. His height allows him to see the field really well and we like the trajectory he typically throws the ball with. The 2020 recruit got starters reps at times as a freshman, then took over full time as a sophomore where he really shined. Brewster throws the ball with above average velocity and his release is one of the quickest we have seen for the class of 2020. Junior year, he suffered an ACL and meniscus tear that sidelined him for most of the season, but is basically back to 100% this spring. Oklahoma State is the first P5 school to pull the trigger on the talented 2020 signal caller, the more progress he shows this spring will really improve his recruiting stock with colleges.