Eleven athletes deliver posters and smiles to Children's Hospital LA.
Kessler throws 3 TDs, Wright has 2 interceptions, Breslin gets 3.5 sacks.
Spring ball begins March 5.
2015: Browne will compete to be the No. 2 quarterback again as a sophomore in 2015.
2014: Browne served as the No. 2 quarterback as a redshirt freshman in 2014. He won USC’s Co-Lifter of the Year Award. Overall in 2014 while seeing limited action in 6 games (Fresno State, Oregon State, Colorado, Utah, Washington State, Notre Dame), he completed 3-of-7 passes (42.9%) for 30 yards. He played the entire fourth quarter against Fresno State and went 3-of-4 for 30 yards. He played the final series against Oregon State but did not throw a pass. He played all of the fourth quarter against Colorado but missed on his 2 pass attempts. He threw an incomplete pass at Utah. He played the last 2 series at Washington State but did not throw a pass. He played 4 snaps in the fourth quarter against Notre Dame but did not throw a pass.
2013: Browne, who enrolled at USC in the spring of 2013 after graduating a semester early from high school, redshirted as a freshman quarterback in 2013, his first year at USC.
HIGH SCHOOL: His 2012 honors included Gatorade National Football Player of the Year, USA Today All-USA Offensive Player of the Year, Parade All-American, Prep Star All-American Dream Team, Max Preps All-American first team, ESPN 150, Rivals 100, Scout 100, Orange County Register Fab 15 first team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Gatorade Washington Player of the Year, AP Class 4A State Player of the Year, Tacoma News Tribune Northwest Nuggets, Seattle Times Washington All-State Player of the Year, Tacoma News Tribune All-State first team and Seattle Times All-Area as a senior quarterback at Skyline High in Sammamish (Wash.). He completed 277-of-377 (73.5%) of his passes for 4,526 yards with 49 TDs and 5 interceptions in 2012 as Skyline went 14-0 and won the Class 4A state championship. In his 4-year career (3 years as a starter), he set state records for passing yards (12,953, eighth best nationally) and completions (882) while completing 70.4% of his passes for 146 TDs and 25 interceptions.
As a 2011 junior, he was SI.com All-American honorable mention, ESPNHS.com Underclass All-American, Max Preps Junior All-American first team, Gatorade Washington Player of the Year, Seattle Times Washington Co-Player of the Year, AP Class 4A State Player of the Year and Seattle Times Class 4A State Player of the Year as he completed 288-of-409 passes (70.4%) for 4,034 yards with 45 TDs and 7 interceptions and also ran for 221 yards on 42 carries (5.3 avg.) with 2 TD. Skyline won the Class 4A state title in 2011.
As a 2010 sophomore, he made Max Preps Sophomore All-American first team as he completed 294-of-432 passes (68.1%) for 4,182 yards with 50 TDs and 13 interceptions. Skyline was the Class 4A state runnerup in 2010.
As a 2009 freshman, he was 23-of-35 (65.7%) for 205 yards with 2 TDs.
He also played basketball at Skyline.
PERSONAL: He is a communication major at USC with a B average (3.28 GPA). His brother, Mitch, played quarterback at Claremont McKenna College from 2001 to 2004.
GAME-BY-GAME WITH MAX BROWNE