The nation’s #1 High School QB by both Scouts.Com and Rivals.com, will be deciding between Washington, Alabama, Oklahoma and the rumored favorite USC this Wednesday. Browne wanted to make his decision early so he’s able to focus on graduating early and to lead Skyline to another 4A State title. ”We have a huge schedule ahead of us and I wanted to focus on it with all the guys,” Browne said. “I just kind of want to move on to Skyline High School football.”Over 2 seasons as the starter since All-State QB Jake Heaps left for BYU, Browne has passed for 8,216 yards and 95 touchdowns.
Getting Browne to commit to the Huskies could bring a lot more talent to the team and considering this year’s state recruit class is seen as weak, it could be the only above three star recruit to sign. The Huskies are still reeling from the loss of key in-state recruits Josh Garnett and Zach Banner to rival Pac-12 schools USC and Stanford. Many wonder who will take over as the Huskies QB once Keith Price leaves. The Huskies got key signings at QB in 2012 by adding Jeff Lindquist from Mercer Island HS and Cyler Miles out of Denver to go with Redshirt Freshman Derrick Brown, but none have the ranking of Max Browne.