Posts Tagged ‘Titus Young’

Rookie Richter: Which WRs are catching on?

After A.J. Green and Julio Jones were picked in the top six of the 2011 NFL Draft, everyone expected to hear their names early in the season. At the same time, several other rookie wide receivers, from second-round picks to an undrafted free agent, have made an impact through two weeks of football.

Brandt: Stafford showing ‘total dedication’

After participating in players-only workouts last week with his Detroit Lions teammates, quarterback Matthew Stafford returned to his native Dallas. I saw him while working out the other day at a local school… and I barely recognized him.

Wyche: Jackson opening door

I just got out of a production meeting with Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, who will be on “NFL Total Access” Monday night. With this being the middle of draft season I asked the 5-foot-10, 175-pound game-breaker what it’s like to be a player that so many smaller draft prospects at the position — like Boise State’s Titus Young and Troy’s Jerrel Jernigan — are compared to.

Boise State’s Young leaps in Mayock’s rankings

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock released his latest rankings of top five prospects per position, with Boise State WR Titus Young making one of the biggest leaps. Young is listed third, behind Georgia’s A.J. Green and Alabama’s Julio Jones.

Team concept always comes first — even in Mobile

From a fan’s perspective, it seems like it could be difficult for players to function as a team at the Senior Bowl. After all, many of the participants were either fierce rivals or played high-stakes games against each other in college, not to mention that they are here competing against one another for draft position and potentially millions of dollars. Oddly enough, however, that’s just not how it works.

Young’s strong play becoming common theme

The best-case scenario for a player at the Senior Bowl is to perform well, get noticed and generate a buzz among scouts, coaches and media. That scenario is unfolding for Boise State’s Titus Young.

2011 Senior Bowl roster taking shape

West Virginia speedster Noel Devine, Boise State wideouts Austin Pettis and Titus Young, as well as Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder and Alabama’s Greg McElroy have all committed to the 2011 Senior Bowl.

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