Browning lands Pac-12 interest

Jake Browning had a relatively quiet summer, added one offer, won't name favorites yet and is just getting ready for another monster season.
The 2015 quarterback from Folsom, Calif., who completed 391 of 605 passes for 5,248 yards with 63 touchdowns and 16 interceptions in his sophomore season was offered by Boise State, is still talking with Utah and some other Pac-12 schools have also reached out.
It's still early for Browning, so he's still strongly considering both offers and said he's waiting around to see if others get involved.
"I still have Boise State and Utah," Browning said. "They've kind of been letting me do my own thing. They can't really call me so I've been practicing and all that.
"I went down to LA for the Utah camp and then I went to the Boise State camp. I got offered after that camp so I've just been chilling."
Browning, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect, has a unique connection to the Utah program since he plays with coach Kyle Whittingham's nephew and he said the coaches at Boise State are one of the biggest factors on why that program is being so highly considered.
"I know the Whittingham family well because I play football with him, it's Kyle's nephew," Browning said. "I know them and I know some players that play for coach (Dennis) Erickson and they like him. I also like the Boise State coaches, too, so it's pretty even."
Browning is also hearing from Cal a little bit after Folsom camped there this summer. The 2015 prospect said Washington and Washington State have also reached out recently.
"It's been good but it's been pretty quiet this summer," Browning said.