Max Browne: Highlights, Scouting Report for 5-Star Recruit

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoDecember 28, 2012

Max Browne is the nation’s top quarterback prospect and is ranked fourth overall, according to 247 Sports Composite.

The Sammamish, Wash., star out of Skyline High School stands at 6’5” and 210 pounds—a massive frame that could hold much more muscle as the young recruit works with a college training staff—and enters his college career with plenty of promise.

Browne is the top-QB recruit in the nation for good reason. He threw for over 8,000 yards and 95 touchdowns combined in his sophomore and junior seasons. These are impeccable numbers that the phenomenal recruit is expected to duplicate at the next level.

Add in the fact that the towering quarterback was voted the Gatorade National Player of the Year, and the hype around the young prospect is much deserved.

With Browne’s size and on-field prowess, football fans will be watching a future NFL star suit up on college football Saturdays. Expect to see plenty of highlights from Browne during his collegiate career due to his immense skill set and high football IQ.

 

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Unless otherwise noted, all recruiting star ratings are courtesy of 247Sports' composite system. 

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