FOLSOM - All eyes will focus on Folsom Bulldog's quarterback Jake Browning who enters his senior season as the area's top high school football prospect.
ESPN ranked Browning as the 85th best player in the country, and MaxPreps ranked the quarterback as the 19th best player in California after he threw for 5,737 yards and 75 touchdowns during his junior season. The 75 TD's set a single-season state record.
Browning led Folsom (14-1) to a CIF Sac-Joaquin division one section championship, but for the second straight season the Bulldogs fell to De La Salle and a chance to play for a state title.
Folsom Bulldogs quarterback Jake Browning threw for 5,737 yards and 75 touchdowns during his junior season. KXTV News10
The California Gatorade Player of the Year first made headlines during his sophomore season when he threw 10 touchdowns tying a the national record in only first game as starting quarterback.
Browning committed to play for University of Washington in March.