"I think Max is improving as well but, I think, maybe not at the rapid pace that Cody has been so far," Sarkisian said.
As for Kessler, Sarkisian really likes what he brings to the position.
"I think Cody's got a really quick release and tremendous arm strength and really accurate guy down the field," Sarkisian said.
The head coach would, however, like to see Kessler be better in his anticipation of throws.
"I think he can do it," Sarkisian said. "It's just a matter of anticipating the windows and the throws of guys of where they're going to be, trusting that they're going to be there, not waiting for them to get there, and he's definitely improved at it.
"I think he can still improve in that area and when he does he's going to be a really terrific player."
By no means is the competition over for Browne. Sarkisian has said he doesn't have a timetable for when a decision will be made, earlier this spring saying "when it looks right, when it feels right" the decision will be made.