May 27, 2013
Young Interest in Continuing Oklahoma Legacy
Since 1999, when looking at the stars of Oklahoma's offense, one will find a healthy number of wide receivers. The majority of those receivers have been players of smaller stature guys like Ryan Broyles and Mark Clayton are a few that come to mind along with current senior, Jalen Saunders.
In the 2013 class, wide receivers coach, Jay Norvell is hoping that's just what he has found in Perris (Calif.) Citrus Hill prospect, KJ Young. The 6-foot and 180-pound receiver is aware of OU's history with slot receivers, most notably being Broyles.
"Well Norvell said I have a great chance of being both slot and wide but they're all great athletes," Young answered when talking about OU's history of success with slot type receivers. "Broyles had accomplished the most touches in the NCAA in his career at OU, so that tells you a lot. I feel OU can make me the best that I can possibly be and achieve records like Broyles."
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