While most of the top Texas quarterbacks have been gobbled up, there are several second-tier signal callers looking for schools.
Both attended Baylor's camp last weekend and were impressed with the Bear program.
"They pulled three quarterbacks aside and told us they were interested and Max and I were two of the three," Abt said.
Abt (6-foot-4, 180 pounds) has yet to receive an offer but has camped with UTEP, Rice, Baylor, SMU, Northwestern and TCU. He will be going to San Diego, San Diego State and UCLA in July.
"I think I've done well at these camps and I have high expectations for next year," Abt said. "I want to throw for over 2,500 yards and win state. I am also going to hit some baseball pro scout camps in California. I went 7-2 last year with 74 strikeout and one no-hitter."
Flinn also went to San Diego State and is looking for his first Division I offer. He has an offer from Stephen F. Austin.
The 6-2, 180-pound Bellaire quarterback lost his primary receiver Lionel Smith to a early summer graduation to enroll into Texas A&M and his coach Marshall Law resigned.
"I'm keeping my head up and working out with some of the guys doing seven-on-seven," Flinn said. "I'll hit a few more camps before the start of the season.