Max Browne to USC: Full Ride Reacts After No. 1 QB Spurns Oklahoma and Alabama
The nation's No. 1 quarterback for the Class of 2013, Max Browne, committed to Lane Kiffin and USC during an announcement made outside of Seattle this evening.
Browne's decision is a major boon for a USC side still affected by NCAA sanctions and struggling to gain 2013 commitments at the moment.
USC is not the only school affected by Browne's announcement. Oklahoma and Alabama were heavily vested in the Sammamish, Wash. quarterback, but must look elsewhere now that Browne is headed to Los Angeles.
At this point, both schools will push hard to court Cooper Bateman out of Salt Lake City, while Oklahoma will also get involved with Cody Thomas out of Colleyville, TX.
Browne, who threw for 95 touchdowns and more than 8,000 yards over the past two seasons as a sophomore and junior, is considered the best quarterback recruit college football has seen in years. He joins a school with a strong legacy of signal-callers in Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart and Matt Barkley.
Remember that USC already has a strong verbal commitment from star freshman quarterback David Sills, who will be a member of the Class of 2015.
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