As for the two QBs, Austin is a 6-2, 190-pound senior-to-be who threw for 29 TDs and more than 3,000 yards last season. He's drawing interest from the Pac-12's Northwest schools and plans to camp at WSU later this month. Browne is a 6-5, 196-pound junior-to-be who was named first-team Class 4A all-state last season by Scout.com.
Some of the other notables include Wenatchee's Connor Black, Seattle's Sam Flor and Federal Way's Uso Olve.
The Northwest Elite Football Camp, founded by former WSU All-American Jason Gesser, is unlike any other camp in the nation in that coaches from 11 different universities will be on hand to instruct the campers.
This will be Gesser's final camp as the director. He announced on Cougfan.com last week that he's accepting a position at WSU starting on Aug. 1.
The camp takes place this Friday, June 10, at Skyline High in Sammamish. Registration is at 4 pm, with the camp running from 5-8:45 p.m. Cougfan.com and Scout.com will be there covering the event. For more information, or to register. head to northwestelitesports.com.
The camp is designed for high school players at all positions. The cost is $65 for pre-registered campers ($80 for walk ups, if space remains available.