NFL Draft 2011: WR Titus Young, Boise State

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NFL Draft 2011: WR Titus Young, Boise State

The 2011 NFL draft is right around the corner and SB Nation's One Bronco Nation Under God has the full run down on WR Titus Young. Check out One Bronco Nation Under God for more on Boise State football. 

Wide receiver | 5-11, 174 pounds | Senior 

Projected NFL position: WR/KR

Offensive scheme: Pro style offense.

The Broncos run a multiple offense featuring many different looks, which allowed Young to grow into an all-around receiver. During his senior season, he made a name for himself on deep throws, flashing his trademark speed and improved ball skills. The Broncos also used him frequently for quick screens, deep comeback routes, crossing patterns, and on end arounds and reverses.

A story you may not knowDuring his junior season, Young came up with big plays almost every game and excessive celebration penalties almost every game. This came to a head against Hawaii when, after scoring a touchdown, Young flashed the hang loose sign, drawing a penalty and drawing the red-hot fury of the Broncos' wide receiver coach. Young's dressing down on the sidelines was caught on camera. On a related note, he was not guilty of any excessive celebration penalties his senior season.

NFL comparisonPhiladelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson

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