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St. Joseph (HS) • MI
6' 1" • 195LBS
R/L • 26yr 9mo


2019 National

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6-foot, 175-pound left hand throwing outfielder that threw 88 mph from the outfield. Tracks fly balls with ease and quick movements. At the plate, small leg lift with extremely fast hands. Drives balls in the power alley consistently. 85 mph exit velocity. Ran a 6.50. Extremely athletic prospect. 

6-foot, 175 pound quick twitch athletic prospect. Great actions actions in the outfield with his hands and feet.  Shows an accurate arm with good accuracy at 84 mph. Ran a 4.18 home to 1st. Showed strength in his bat with pull power, ball jumped offs his bat on pitches on inner half. Bat speed was registered at 82 mph.

6-foot, 185 pound athletic prospect. Good glove and footwork in the outfield. Accurate strong arm at 85 mph.  Ran a 4.06 home to 1st. Create some noise with bat with pull pop. Over-rotates on outer ½ pitches, bat speed registered at 80 mph.

5/12/19: Twitchy, explosive and super athletic at 6-foot-1, 195 pounds, Brewer shows five-tool potential with some of the most well-rounded tools in the college game; plus to plus-plus speed, above average arm and good bat speed which produces above average raw power. He has turned these tools into performance, leading the Wolverines in nearly very offensive category, despite missing a few games in mid-April with an orbital bone bruise after taking a one-hop ground ball off his face. He's currently slashing .358/.420/.636 in his first season of Division I baseball after transferring from Lincoln Trail (Ill.) JC. Currently playing right field, Brewer's first step reactions, speed, range, tracking ability and lack of fear for the outfield fence will likely transfer to becoming an everyday center fielder in pro ball, a position he previously played both years in junior college. At the plate, Brewer has made big adjustments to the choppy swing he utilized to leg out base hits in junior college. He now sets up in a crouched and slightly open stance. During batting practice, he was short to the ball and stayed connected using the explosive power in his body to drive balls out to left field for above average raw power. During games, his swing path got too steep (a V shape path instead of flat U) at times, trying to get on-plane without much lag in his swing. Other times, he sat on his backside, did not transfer enough weight forward, and spun off pitches. The combination of these swing tendencies made it tough for him to square up the ball consistently. On Friday, it resulted in three weak pop-ups to the infield (two to the catcher). For the series he was 4-for-15 at the plate with five strikeouts. However, he delivered the game-winning RBI on a fielder's choice during Michigan's extra-inning walk-off victory on Sunday. Brewer can also get to his plus-plus speed, aggressively taking the extra base, consistently running 4.1s down the line from the right side and stealing 19 bases in 23 attempts this season. Despite the strong tools and performance, Brewer carries a traditional scouting bias against those who bat righthanded and throw lefthanded. Players of that dexterity have a short and largely unsuccessful history in Major League Baseball. (Seifert)

4/19/19: A JC transfer from Lincoln Trail Community College (Ill.), Brewer has been an instant contributor since setting foot on campus in Ann Arbor. He's leading the Wolverines in most offensive categories this season and showcasing enticing tools in the process. A righthanded hitter, he displays above average bat speed in a line drive stroke that is short and direct to the ball. He's a plus-to-double plus runner down the line, producing home-to-first run times of 4.14 and 4.16 respectively. Brewer, who throws lefthanded, has split time between first base and right field this season. On April 13th he took a one hopper off the face and hasn't returned to the lineup. A former standout on the gridiron, Brewers' skillset was a bit raw in the outfield, but during a two-game look before the injury, he flashed a plus arm from right that was an effective deterrent for runners looking to take an extra base, while his speed is certainly an asset in chasing down balls. Assuming he resumes his torrid run when he returns from injury, Brewer could come off the board in the first five rounds. (Granger)

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