2011 (Junior): He worked with the UA specialists but did not see any game action.
2010 (Sophomore): He appeared in the final nine games of the season, primarily as the Razorbacks' snapper on the field goal unit, which did not allow a blocked field goal all season. Freshman kicker Zach Hocker scored 104 points, the fourth-highest single-season total in program history and third-most by a kicker, while making 16-of-19 field goals and all 56 PAT attempts. The 56 successful PAT kicks are the third-most in a season by an Arkansas kicker, and Hocker's .842 field goal percentage is the third-best (min. 10 made) in school history.
2009 (Freshman): He did not see game action.
2008 (Redshirt): Brewer did not see game action.
Personal: Born July 4, 1989, and is the son of Jim and Lisa Brewer. He was named to the Athletic Director’s List for his work in the classroom during the fall semester of 2008.
High School: He attended James Bowie High School where he was the long snapper for coach Jeff Ables. He was an academic all-state honoree and the recipient of the Wade Pittsford Memorial Scholarship.