There weren't many players out West who had a better season than Los Angeles (Calif.) University two way standout Titus Young. The sleeper prospect put up monster numbers on both sides of the ball and is now hearing from half the Pac 10.
Young, 6-0, 170 pounds first caught our eye last summer when he won MVP honors at the Los Angeles Watts games. He's a dynamic receiver prospect who absolutely lit it up this past season for Uni.
Young caught 66 balls for 1,359 yards and 11 touchdowns. He had over 2,000 all purpose yards and 19 total touchdowns. Defensively, the athlete made 97 tackles and picked off 11 passes and will garner serious all-state mention for his efforts.
On the recruiting front, Young will take his first recruiting visit to Boise State this coming weekend.
"They just offered me over the weekend," Young said. "That's the latest offer for me. Washington offered last Friday and I have a visit there for (Jan. 5). Oregon will be (Jan. 12) and Washington State is set for (Jan. 19). All but Oregon has offered but they're coming over for a home visit this Thursday and I think they may offer at that time.
"Boise State is coming over for a home visit this Tuesday and Washington will be in the home on Wednesday. Washington State came by last week. Right now, everyone is recruiting me as an athlete but I prefer wide receiver. I'm still sending film out right now and I think that could result in even more offers for me. I had a great season and honestly feel I'm one of the top athletes in the country. Schools are just now finding out about me, that's why I'm keeping that last visit open. I want to take all all my trips and then I'll make my decision close to Signing Day."