Jake Browning

Jake Browning
Washington Huskies No. 3
Position Quarterback
Class Sophomore
Career history
Bowl games
High school Folsom (CA)
Personal information
Date of birth (1996-04-11) April 11, 1996
Place of birth Folsom, California
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight 209 lb (95 kg)
Career highlights and awards

Jake Browning (born April 11, 1996) is an American football quarterback for the Washington Huskies.

Early years

Browning attended Folsom High School in Folsom, California. Browning set numerous national and state records during his high school career. In 46 games, he completed 1,191 of 1,708 attempts for 16,775 yards and 229 touchdowns, all California records. The 229 touchdowns also broke the national record previously held by Maty Mauk who had 219.[3][4] As a senior he threw for a national record 91 touchdown passes. He also passed for a California record 5,790 yards, which broke his record from his junior year. Browning was the Gatorade Football Player of the Year his junior and senior year.

Browning was rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and was ranked as the third best pro-style recruit in his class.[5] He committed to the University of Washington to play college football.[6]

College career

In his first year at Washington, Browning became the second ever (in any game) true freshman to start at the quarterback position at UW (the other was Marques Tuiasosopo[7] vs. Oregon in 1997)[8] and the first true freshman to start a season opener for the Huskies. In his first career start, he completed 20 of 34 passes for 150 yards and one interception.[9][10]

In his sophomore year, Browning performed on a much higher level, guiding UW to a 12-1 record, and the Huskies first conference championship since 2000.[11] He set a new record for touchdowns per attempt at 12.2%. On November 29, he was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year and first team all-Pac-12.


NCAA Collegiate Career Stats
Season Passing Rushing
Comp Att Yards Pct. TD Int Passer Rating Att Yards Avg TD
Washington Huskies
2015 233 368 2955 63.3 16 10 139.7 65 35 0.5 1
2016 214 329 3162 65.0 40 7 181.6 54 64 1.2 4
NCAA Career Totals 447 697 6117 64.2 56 17 160.7 119 99 0.85 5

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