Titus Young, one of two wide receivers from Boise State at the Senior Bowl this week, is a 5’11” 170lb speed guy who caught 19 passes in his final two seasons in college. In the Broncos only loss in 2010, Young did his part, catching six balls for 129 yards and a touchdown against Nevada.
Young spoke with the media earlier this week at the Senior Bowl about his size, his background, what he can bring to whatever NFL team drafts him, and more:
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