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Career Summary: Young made an immediate impact with 639 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman at Boise State in 2007. He missed 10 games in 2008 when he was suspended for a violation of team rules but returned to earn first-team All-WAC selections each of his final two seasons. He topped 1,000 yards receiving in both 2009 and 2010, setting a career high in touchdowns with 10 as a junior and a 17.1-yard average as a senior.
Scouting Report: In a word, Young is explosive. He has potential sub-4.3 speed, great agility and athleticism. He is a tremendous deep threat and has a huge play-making ability once he has the ball in his hands. His size (5'11", 170) allows him to be blazing fast, but it also means he's pretty small by NFL standards. He's not a factor as a blocker and probably doesn't have the bulk to play in the slot. His character concerns stemming from his 2008 suspension will need to be checked out, but initial signs are that he's matured quite a bit.
Fit in Miami? The Dolphins landed their elite receiver last year in the Brandon Marshall trade, and they also have a great slot guy in Davone Bess. They could still use a deep threat and a legitimate No. 2 receiver, though, and Titus Young is that guy in the mold of a DeSean Jackson or Mike Wallace. The Dolphins would love if he fell to the third round, but his stock is skyrocketing and he's probably going in Round 2, even pushing the end of the first round. If the Dolphins find themselves in such a spot via trade, Young would be an excellent addition.