Brewer discusses latest rumors

Texas could be taking a second quarterback in its 2012 class and that has started rumors that Connor Brewer could be considering a de-commitment but the four-star from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral said he's sticking with the Longhorns.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound prospect who's thrown for 1,129 yards with 15 touchdowns and three interceptions through six games this season said he likes everything Texas has to offer and even if the Longhorns sign another quarterback he's fine with it.
"I know when people heard Texas might be taking two quarterbacks a bunch of rumors started flying around but I'm still solid to Texas and even if they do bring in two quarterbacks it wouldn't affect my decision," Brewer said.
"I've talked to the coaches and they've talked with me about this whole thing. I've talked to coach (Mack) Brown and all of them are really supportive and they're telling me the way it is and I don't really have a problem with anything they're telling me."
Brewer, who committed to Texas in February over Alabama, Arizona State, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Michigan, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Washington and many others, said nothing has changed with his pledge and that when he visited with the Longhorns everything went great.
He has talked before about his strong relationship with co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Bryan Harsin and added that everything about the school and the program fits him well.
"The coaches were great when I went down there and the tradition of the school, the kids that are in the class with me, the guys who are there now, Austin is a great city, just kind of everything came together and worked out for me," Brewer said. rates him as the ninth-best pro-style quarterback and No. 174 prospect in the 2012 class. He's fourth in the Arizona state rankings behind five-star offensive tackle Andrus Peat, Scottsdale Saguaro's D.J. Foster and Scottsdale Chaparral teammate Davonte Neal.