Max Browne is considered the top pro-style quarterback by most of the major recruiting services. Browne hails from Skyline in Sammamish, Washington and holds offers from many of the big-time national programs, including seven of the Pac-12 programs. At 6'5", 202 pounds, Browne looks like he already possesses solid size to run an offense. Now it's up to whether Browne can provide the same level of production in college.
Browne has apparently seen enough from his recruiting visits, and is ready to make his verbal commitment to one of those programs. There do appear to be some favorites. Mason Kelley of the Seattle Times files this report.
"It was getting hectic and to the point where I knew I'd seen enough," Browne said.
The nation's top-rated quarterback according to both Scout.com and Rivals.com confirmed Monday he will reveal his decision Wednesday.
The five-star recruit, who will pick between USC, Alabama, Oklahoma and Washington, threw for 4,034 yards and 45 touchdowns in 2011, leading Skyline to the Class 4A state championship.
Washington could use an in-state victory on a major recruit, but Steve Sarkisian could be fighting an uphill battle.