Max Browne continues to blow up as the Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline prospect keeps proving he's one of the nation's top 2013 quarterbacks.
Browne, who threw for 4,182 yards with 50 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his sophomore season, has been outstanding at numerous events in recent months including the Stanford Elite 11 regional and Stanford NIKE Camp and most recently at the Seattle NIKE Camp.
So far, Washington, Utah, Cal, Clemson and Wisconsin have offered the 6-foot-5, 202-pound pro-style quarterback and many more offers could be on the way.
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There's no question that Browne is one of the best quarterbacks around and at this point he's just taking his time and letting his recruitment play out a little bit.
Browne is well-versed that quarterbacks traditionally commit earlier than other positions but he hasn't even started his junior season yet so the Skyline prospect is in no major rush to end things this soon.
"I'm wide open right now," Browne said. "I just want to see what offers come and I'm enjoying the process. I won't make my decision for a while. I'm only going to be a junior next year so I'm just trying to enjoy it. I'm going to take the process as it comes.
"At the same time quarterbacks commit earlier as far as recruiting goes. I just have to make sure everything counts and I make the best decision for myself."
Wisconsin is the latest offer for Browne and Clemson came before the Badgers, a surprise one because he said the Tigers' coaching staff had not been in much contact with him. Even though it came out of nowhere Browne said he's definitely interested in learning more about the program.
"I don't know a whole bunch about (Clemson)," Browne said. "I checked out some YouTube videos and some online tours to learn a little about them. It seems like a cool place with a great atmosphere and great fans."
Washington has to be considered in his recruitment even if the Huskies have landed commitments from four-star Cyler Miles and three-star Jeff Lindquist so far in their 2011 recruiting class.
Browne threw at the Seattle NIKE Camp and for a few days before at a passing tournament and said he's getting more comfortable with the surroundings.
"It was nice," Browne said. "I was there for two days with my team. It's a comfortable feeling there and I thought I threw the ball well."