Uncategorized Silver Stretch Reaches for 6’6″ Jordan Brewer Posted on August 22, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (PALM SPRINGS) — Catch radius. When the SoCal Coyotes signed renowned 6’6″, 210-pound wide receiver Jordan Brewer — a former Indiana Top 33 pick and ranked seventh-best by Rivals.com — coaches weren’t just talking about his 4.4 speed. They were smiling about his ‘catch radius.’ “Looking at his film,” said assistant head coach Wayne Anderson Jr., “you can’t ignore the catch radius of a guy with a 7’2″ wingspan and a 36-inch vertical jump. Jordan will definitely put more ‘stretch’ in our Silver Stretch Run ‘n’ Shoot.” This much is certain: Brewer, 23, can run like a deer,and locate and catch a football at points far higher than most humans. A two-time Most Valuable Player at Carmel (IN) High School, Brewer led the Greyhounds to a state championship his senior year. He rolled up nearly 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns at College of the Desert and was recruited by Purdue. Recently, Brewer clocked a 4.4 with the Arena’s Cedar Rapids (IA) Titans, but chose instead to preserve his eligibility, get on a plane, and join the SoCal Coyotes for a season of AAA football with the desert champions. “Jordan is a big-time D-1 player who had to overcome a few challenges to get here,” Coyotes head coach J. David Miller. “But when your mind is a hammer, all your problems look like nails. Jordan is a pretty big nail. He’s another great weapon in our arsenal.” “This opportunity means a great deal to me,” Brewer said as he signed his contract. “I’m here for one reason — to help the Coyotes win a national championship, and I’m grateful that Coach Miller gave me the opportunity to be a part of such a great organization. Now it’s time to do my talking on the field.” The Coyotes have one final practice left before the regular season. The team kicks off at 7 p.m. on August 24 against the #SanDiego Spartans in their first home game at Xavier College Prep and as a member of the UFAL Eastern Division of the Southern #California #Football Alliance (SCFA). The Coyotes play the #national #champion #Inglewood #Blackhawks October 26. The SCFA is the only means for a desert team to win a state or national championship. For more information on the SoCal Coyotes, its ground-breaking #HOWL Program, or #season #tickets, email [email protected], call 949.784.9084, or visit www.thesocalcoyotes.com.