Ex-Texas QB Brewer transfers to Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. — Former Texas quarterback Connor Brewer is headed to Arizona.

Brewer announced on Twitter Monday night that he is transferring from Texas to Arizona. He will be eligible in 2014.

Brewer was one of the nation’s highest-rated quarterbacks in 2012 after leading Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., to three straight state titles and tossing a state-record 100 touchdown passes. He had offers from numerous programs, including Alabama, USC and Notre Dame, before deciding to play at Texas.

Brewer was a redshirt freshman for the Longhorns last season before deciding to transfer.

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