The record-setting senior was the only quarterback on the 2013 team, which will be published Sunday.
Skyline High School’s Max Browne can add one more accomplishment to his list: Parade All-American.
Browne was the only quarterback on the annual football team, published in this weekend’s edition of the magazine in the Sunday Seattle Times.
Browne, who is enrolled at USC after graduating early from high school, is the state’s career leader in passing yards (12,953) and completions (882). He threw for 146 touchdowns in three seasons.
During his senior year, in which he led the Spartans of Sammamish to the Class 4A state championship, Browne passed for 49 touchdowns with just five interceptions.
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The last Parade All-American from the state was wide receiver Kasen Williams, another former Skyline player. Williams, who now plays for the University of Washington, was the magazine’s Player of the Year in 2011.