Another Boise State star making a name for himself

MOBILE, Ala. — Last year at the Senior Bowl, it was Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson who made a huge impression. This year, it’s Boise State wide receiver Titus Young.

The BCS showcase he surely desired never came to pass as the Broncos were defeated by Nevada (and one of the players throwing him passes today, Wolf Pack QB Colin Kaepernick) at the end of the season, but Young is making the most of the Senior Bowl stage.

Young is the most explosive receiver at the North team’s practice. He has big-time ability, and his speed could make him a potential difference-maker at the next level.

Now all he needs is a trailer with his face on the side of it like Wilson had in 2010.

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