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Another Longhorn has garnered an opportunity to showcase their skills one final time as a college football player.
Tight end/h-back Cade Brewer, who was a super senior this past year thanks to the COVID-19 extra year of eligibility, saw his career as a Longhorn come to a close and now has his sights set on the NFL. He joins Jacoby Jones an Darion Dunn as the most recent Texas players that will be playing in an all-star game.
He announced via Twitter that he will have a chance to partake in the Hula Bowl College Football All-Star Game, which will give him and many other players a chance to get in front of NFL scouts and display their talents.
Brewer concluded his five-year career at Texas with 59 catches for 611 yards and eight touchdowns. He was more known as a blocking tight end, and will have a great chance at the next level to fill a team’s role of being a blocking tight end or even a fullback type of player.