Data Scout Notes: 2013: NAC/NAM...DS#2TeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: NA...2011: NA
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Draft Scout Louis Young News
08/05/14 - CB Louis Young has been sidelined with a groin strain. Young was one of the standouts of the first four days of camp, thanks to a series of takeaways.
07/30/14 - CB Louis Young left Wednesday's practice after suffering a groin strain. Young, an undrafted free agent, was a part of multiple takeaways during the first three days of training camp.
05/13/14 - Denver Broncos Add CFAs After 2014 NFL Draft: Louis Young, Position: CB, School: Georgia Tech...Made 134 tackles with four interceptions and 12 pass breakups in 49 career games with the Yellow Jackets. - Gray Caldwell & Stuart Zaas, DenverBroncos.com
09/12/13 - Scouting the Georgia Tech pass defense: The Yellow Jackets will need to do a better job here, where they allowed Elon to complete 20 of 35 passes for 164 yards. The good news is that Tech swiped three passes and returned two of them for touchdowns. Five other passes were broken up. - The Sports Xchange
08/10/13 - TOP GEORGIA TECH PROSPECTS FOR THE 2014 NFL DRAFT: 2. CB Louis Young (6-0, 201, 4.43)...After a sophomore season that put him on the NFL radar, Young took a step back in 2012 as a junior, struggling with off-field issues, injuries and maddening inconsistencies. Nonetheless, he has intriguing raw talent and is determined to play his best football as a senior in order to show scouts he has next level ability.
Young has a good-sized frame for the position and doesn't shy away from contact, but he needs to clean up his tackling technique, too often just throwing his shoulder and getting lazy. He has a nose for the ball and goes after it in the air, matching up well with receivers to break up the play at the catch point. Young needs to stay healthy and stay level-headed from kickoff to the final score and if he can do that, he should be able to establish himself as one of the better cornerbacks in the conference and possible draft pick. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com