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USC football: Quarterback Max Browne commits to Trojans

April 04, 2012|By Gary Klein
  • Sammamish, Wash., Skyline's Max Browne tosses a pass during a Washington state division championship game in December.
Sammamish, Wash., Skyline's Max Browne tosses a pass during a Washington… (John Froschauer / Associated…)

Max Browne, a highly regarded high school quarterback from Washington, announced Wednesday that he would attend USC, according to the Seattle Times.

Browne, a 6-foot-5, 210-pound junior, reportedly chose the Trojans over Oklahoma, Washington and Alabama.

Browne passed for 45 touchdowns last season at Skyline High in Sammamish, Wash.

"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," Browne told the Seattle Times.

Browne is scheduled to arrive as part of the recruiting class of 2013. USC quarterback Jesse Scroggins, who is attempting to work through academic issues this spring, would be a fourth-year junior and Cody Kessler and Max Wittek would be third-year sophomores

David Sills, a high school freshman from Delaware, two years ago was offered a scholarship and made a commitment to be part of USC's class of 2015.

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USC football: Quarterback Max Browne commits to Trojans

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