Max Browne is supposedly favoring the USC Trojans. Will the top quarterback of the 2013 recruiting class pick USC over Oklahoma, Alabama and Washington?
The USC Trojans tend to get their pick of whatever top pro-style quarterback is out there. The best one in the 2013 recruiting class is Max Browne out of Skyline High school in Sammamish, Washington. At 6'5", 202 pounds, Browne definitely possesses strong measurables to be great the next level.
Browne won't be letting his recruitment linger, as he'll be making a decision this Wednesday. Mason Kelley of the Seattle Times files this report.
"I got my first scholarship offer a couple days after my freshman year in high school, so I've been in the process long enough," Browne said. "I've been fortunate economically with my parents to go around the country and visit places that had interest in me and I had interest in them.
"As more and more offers came in, I was able to evaluate schools, talk to a bunch of coaches and meet some great ones but, at this point, I've seen enough. It's time to pull the trigger so I can move on to Skyline football and winning another state title."
Browne seems to be leaning toward the Trojans after a great visit down to USC this past weekend. Browne has not taken all his visits, so it makes sense if he ends up hitting up Heritage Hall.
Browne's highlight reels showcase great promise.
To talk about Browne and USC football recruiting, head on over to Conquest Chronicles. To discuss Browne with fans of other schools he's considering, check out Crimson and Cream Machine (Oklahoma), UW Dawg Pound (Washington) and Roll Bama Roll (Alabama).