Also being recruited by Mike Denbrock is Max Browne, a 5-star quarterback out of Washington. He is rated the eighth player in the nation by Rivals.com and the nation's top quarterback.
At 6'5" and 202 pounds, Browne has NFL size and a strong arm. He is deadly accurate, and he has outstanding fundamentals, which means he needs little polish once entering the college arena (he always keeps his body squared even when throwing on the move). Browne rarely makes a poor decision, either.
While he isn't as athletic as some of the quarterbacks currently on Notre Dame's roster, Browne is underrated in that category. He isn't a burner, but Brown is mobile in the pocket and breaks out of it to run for a first down when needed.
Browne is the only player in the Rivals100 who has been assigned a recruiter by Notre Dame, but has yet to receive a scholarship offer. He is considered a pro-style quarterback, and the coaching staff is likely waiting to make sure he is a good fit in Brian Kelly's spread system before extending an offer.
The Irish better not wait too long, though.
After watching his game tape, it isn't hard to see that Browne would fit in well at Notre Dame, and he has already been offered a scholarship by big-name schools such as Alabama, Oklahoma, Auburn and, Notre Dame's arch-rival, USC.