A graduate transfer from Florida State ... Brewton has one year of eligibility.
2018: Redshirted ... Played in season opener vs. No. 20 Virginia Tech and vs. Samford.
2017: Appeared in five games against Alabama, NC State, at Wake Forest, Miami and at Duke, logging time primarily on special teams … Fundamental in the development of the young defensive back position group … Injuries limited him to five games in the 2017 season.
2016: Played in nine games, finishing with six tackles (five solo)…had a pair of tackles both at USF and against No. 3 Clemson…made one stop against Charleston Southern and at Syracuse … Also contributed on special teams.
2015: Played in four games, primarily on special teams…Logged valuable reps at defensive back as a member of the scout team … Will look to compete for playing time in the secondary in 2016.
Personal: Consensus four-star recruit and one of the nation’s top defensive backs in the 2015 recruiting class … Rated the country’s 14th-best safety and the No. 187 overall player in the nation by Scout … Ranked the nation’s No. 26 safety and No. 49 player in Florida by Rivals … Rated the No. 29 safety and the 71st-best prospect in Florida by ESPN … Rated the No. 39 safety and No. 75 player in Florida by 247Sports … Played for Team Black in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … First Miami Central player to earn a U.S. Army All-American Bowl invitation … Invited to ‘The Opening,’ an all-star prospect camp held on Nike’s campus last summer … Lockdown defensive back who had 15 tackles and an interception as a senior at Miami Central, leading the Rockets to a 14-1 record and their third consecutive 6A state championship … Honorable mention All-State Class 6A honoree … Earned his degree in criminology.