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Charlie Brewer 12
 

Charlie  Brewer

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Austin, Texas

High School:
Lake Travis HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 190

Position:
QB

Experience:
1L

11/24/2017

Baylor vs. TCU (USATSI)

Photos from Baylor football vs. TCU - Friday, Nov. 24, 2017

11/18/2017

Baylor vs. Iowa State Photos

USATSI photos from Baylor football vs. Iowa State

11/11/2017

Baylor vs. Texas Tech

USATSI photos from Baylor football vs. Texas Tech - Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017

11/04/2017

Baylor vs. Kansas (USATSI)

USATSI Photos from Baylor football at Kansas - Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017

Athletic, accurate, smart QB with good intangibles ... 2017 Big 12 Co-Offensive Freshman of the Year ... Started final four games of 2017 season ... Enrolled January 2017 and completed spring 2017 practice ... Set national high school completion percentage record as all-state senior while winning state title ... Father, uncle and older brother all played quarterback in college.

Freshman (2017): Named Big 12 Co-Offensive Freshman of the Year by coaches ... Named Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year by Athlon Sports and Waco Tribune-Herald ... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Watch List (11/7) ... Went 139-for-204 (68.1 percent) for 1,562 yards, 11 TDs and four interceptions in eight games and four starts on season ... 68.1 completion percentage was second best mark among all-time Big 12 freshmen QBs and second best mark in Baylor history ... Has thrown for 300 or more yards and two or more TDs in three of first four starts ... Three career 300-yard passing games rank tied for fifth all-time at Baylor ... Among Baylor QBs in first three Big 12 starts since 2000, ranked first in completion percentage (71.8) and tied for third in TDs 97) ... Started at No. 10 TCU, went 19-for-29 for 301 yards, two TDs and one interception, including career-long 58-yard pass (TD), while rushing nine times for 49 yards, including career-long 51-yard rush for BU's longest QB rush since 2012 ... Started vs. Iowa State, went 26-for-36 with 198 yards, one interception and one TD while rushing 10 times for 24 yards ... Started vs. Texas Tech, went 43-for-63 (career highs) for 417 yards (career high) with three TDs (tied career high) and one interception while rushing nine times for 12 yards ... 43 completions set new program record in completed passes, passing Bryce Petty and Blake Szymanski's previous high mark of 40 ... 63 pass attempts also set new program record for attempts, passing Szymanski's previous record of 60 (Oct. 6, 2007, vs. Colorado) ... 417 passing yards were 13th most yards in single-game Baylor history ... 72 total plays (nine rush, 63 passes) were most in Baylor single-game history ... Made first career start at Kansas, became one of four Baylor QBs since 2000 (19 QBs) to throw for 300 or more yards and three TDs in first start ... 79.3 completion percentage was best by BU QB in Big 12 game since 2014, best by BU QB in first start since 2000, and 18th highest by FBS QB and fourth highest by Big 12 QB this season with minimum of 29 pass attempts ... Set career highs at Kansas in pass attempts (29), completions (23), yards (315), TDs (3), longest pass (56 yards), and had 20-yard catch for first career reception ... Named honorable mention Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National Player of the Week for performance at Kansas ... Off bench vs. Texas, had career highs in passes (27), completions (17) and yards (181) while rushing career-high 13 times for negative nine yards ... Set then-career highs by going 8-for-13 for 109 yards and first two TDs passing while posting rushing career bests of 10 carries for 48 yards ... Went 3-for-7 for 41 yards with one interception while rushing five times for 21 yards in then-career game at No. 14 Oklahoma State ... Made debut at Kansas State, rushed one time for negative one yard ... Dressed vs. No. 3 Oklahoma, at Duke, vs. UTSA and Liberty but did not play.

High School: Record-setting quarterback from Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas ... All-state QB won state championship under head coach Hank Carter at LTHS ... 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Player of the Year ... Lake Travis High School Male Athlete of the Year ... Rated nation's 42nd-best quarterback prospect in 2017 recruiting class by Scout, ranked No. 43 among pocket passer QBs by ESPN and 50th pro-style QB by 247Sports ... Ranked No. 84 in state of Texas (seventh among QBs) by Scout ... Threw for 8,343 yards and 107 TDs (11 interceptions) in three prep seasons ... Led LTHS to 30-2 mark and two state title appearances in final two seasons ... Set national single-season completion percentage record with mark of 77.4 percent (263-for-340 - breaking mark of 75.2 percent set by Dano Graves of Folsom, Calif. in 2009) as senior in 2016 ... Named 2016 Texas Player of Year (all classifications) by AP following senior season, led Lake Travis to 6A DI state championship and 15-1 record ... Also named to 2016 USA TODAY ALL-USA Texas first team and 2016 Subway Super Team by Dave Campbell Texas Football and earned 6A All-State first team and District 25-6A MVP honors ... Named Player of Year on Scout's All-Midlands offense and on Austin American-Statesman's Central Texas team ... Totaled 3,908 yards and 54 TDs (three interceptions) on 263-340 passing, ran for 746 yards and nine TDs on 88 attempts ... Cavaliers set school record with 51.9 average points per game ... Named offensive MVP of state title game after throwing for 361 yards and four TDs on 27-37 passing ... Led LTHS to 6A DII state title game as junior, finished 15-1 and named 2015 first-team Class 6A All-State and District 14-6A Offensive MVP ... Threw for 3,421 yards and 42 TDs (257-for-376) and rushed for 583 yards and nine scores ... Started three games as sophomore and finished with 1,014 yards and 11 TDs passing, ran for 126 yards and one score for 10-2 squad.

Personal: Son of Robert and Laura Brewer ... Undecided on major ... Hails from family of quarterbacks, grandfather Charlie, father Robert (MVP of 1982 Cotton Bowl) and uncle Rob Moerschell all played at University of Texas, older brother Michael played at Virginia Tech and Texas Tech.

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