Baylor QB Brewer announces transfer to Utah
Baylor three-year starting quarterback Charlie Brewer announced Sunday that he is transferring to Utah.
Brewer will be a graduate transfer and eligible to play immediately in 2021.
He announced his decision in a post on Twitter, simply saying “Committed! #GoUtes” with a picture of him wearing a Utah jersey.
Brewer just completed his fourth season at Baylor but will utilize the NCAA waiver offered to players that allows them to retain a season of eligibility due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Brewer passed for 9,700 yards, with 65 touchdowns and 28 interceptions in 44 games (39 starts) for Baylor. Both the yardage and touchdowns rank second in school history behind Robert Griffin III (10,366 yards, 78 TD passes).
Brewer topped 3,000 yards passing in 2018 and 2019 when he had a combined 40 touchdown passes.
In the shortened 2020 season, Brewer threw for 1,958 yards, 14 touchdowns and eight interceptions in nine games.
Brewer also rushed for 22 touchdowns during his Baylor career.
Utah also landed another quarterback late Saturday when Texas freshman Ja’Quinden Jackson announced he was transferring to the school.
–Field Level Media