Scott Young
OG | (6'3", 312, 5.01) | Brigham Young

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Selected by: Philadelphia Eagles
Round: 5
Pick (Overall): 36(172)
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Overall: Young was a two-year starter at defensive tackle at Dixie Junior College from 2000-'01. He had 15.5 sacks as a sophomore and earned J.C. All-American honors. He transferred to BYU in 2002 and played in 10 games as a DT and finished with 13 tackles and one fumble recovery. He redshirted in 2003 while making the transition to offensive guard. As a senior in 2004, Young was a fulltime starter at OG and wound up earning second-team All-Mountain West honors. Young is an intriguing late-round prospect with limited experience at the OG position but a lot of upside if he can ever maximize his physical tools. He is raw and will need more time than most to develop. He also needs to improve his bulk and base. However, he has an ideal frame, excellent athleticism for the position and outstanding upper body power. If given the time to develop ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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