Connor Brewer is becoming college football’s version of a nomad.
The former four-star quarterback recruit originally committed to Texas as part of the 2012 class. After a redshirt year with the Longhorns, Brewer decided to transfer to a school closer to home. The quarterback chose the Arizona Wildcats. After sitting out the 2013 season due to a NCAA transfer rules, Brewer was embroiled in a quarterback competition in 2014, but he was unable to overcome freshman Anu Solomon.
With the Wildcats’ starting quarterback spot settled, Brewer decided another transfer was his best course of action.
As a graduate transfer, Brewer will be immediately eligible for his next program.
Brewer once held offers from the Alabama Crimson Tide, Michigan Wolverines, Nebraska Cornhuskers, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Stanford Cardinal, Tennessee Volunteers, Texas A&M Aggies, UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans.
His current options, though, may be a little more limited: