Max Browne Interview: QB Wants to Go Undefeated with USC Trojans Next Season
Max Browne is a confident young man who I was fortunate enough to have the chance to speak to this week. The young quarterback attended spring practices with the USC Trojans and he came away thinking that his chances of starting next season are reasonable. We will just have to see what ends up happening, but Browne will get his chance to play at one time or another whether it is this season or the next.
Browne wants to play in the NFL one day and that is one of the reasons that he is attending USC; he is equal on the depth charts right now, but he will find out where he stands on August 2nd. Not too far away from the deadline for him and we will just have to find out where the dice falls for Browne. Browne was this year’s Gatorade high school football player of the year and much thanks to the Gatorade company for arranging this interview.
Browne should do some great things with the Trojans and before long we will be talking about how high he can go in the draft. Something tells me Browne has first round potential and the chance of that will increase greatly if he can start next season.
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