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DE Chase Young (Nagurski, Hendricks, Bednarik, Silver Football, All-American, Washington Redskins)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by MD Buckeye, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

  2. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

  3. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.





    "Let's go Redskins, let's go Redskins," Johnson said with a smile. "Congratulations, man."

    "Appreciate you, coach," Young said. "Appreciate you, coach."

    "No, appreciate you, man, appreciate you," Johnson said. "It's a dream come true, man. This is what you worked hard for and you see how proud I am to be where you're at today."

    "You already know," Young said. "We've got to get back in the lab."

    "There's no question," Johnson said with a smile. "You know me. ... I'm waiting on you."

    "Happy for you, man," Johnson said with a smile as he started clapping his hands. "You look back on this thing, man, and you remember that? Sitting down there off and writing those goals down, right? You know, going around with a goal sheet, saying, 'This is where I need to be.' And I remember you sent the tape."

    "I remember it all," Young said. "I remember it all. I remember everything."

    "You remember you sending your tape and saying, 'Coach Johnson, I'm going to be one of your best,'" Johnson said. "Right?"

    "Yeah, I told you," Young said with a smile. "I told you. I told you."

    "Yeah, you did," Johnson said. "You know, it all worked out, man. It all worked out. So now it's time to go to work now. You know how we feel about that, right? Another chapter, another journey, OK? Be elite. Be special now, you know? Don't let it take anything you have and, as soon as we get a chance, get back together again, we'll get in the lab and go to work a little bit."

    "I'm coming," Young said as he nodded his head. "I'm coming, yup."

    "You got it, you got it," Johnson said. "I know you are, buddy. Appreciate you, man. Much love. Much love, man. Love you to death."

    "Appreciate you, coach," Young said. "Love you too. Love you too, coach."
     
  4. Dryden

    Dryden Sober as Sarkisian Staff Member Tech Admin

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  6. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    SKULL SESSION: CHASE YOUNG MIGHT NOT BE DONE GROWING, OHIO STATE IS THE BEST AT DEVELOPING THREE-STAR TALENT, AND CJ STROUD TOPS A 2023 MOCK DRAFT

    EVEN MORE TERRIFYING?
    Chase Young was already one of the most physically terrifying-looking draft prospects I've ever seen, and there's a chance he's about to get even more physically terrifying.

    The 6-foot-5 defensive end, selected No. 2 overall in the 2020 NFL draft, said his father, among other members of his family, had a late growth spurt.

    Young said his dad, Greg Young, grew from 6-7 his sophomore year in college to 6-10 a year or so after he left.

    "It's a possibility I could grow late," Young said Monday via a Zoom conference call. "A lot of people told me my growth plates, there's still some room. It won't affect my game. It's something I'll adapt to, staying flexible. If you're tall, you've got to be a lot more flexible. I'll be the same person whether I'm 6-7 or 6-1. Everything's cool."

    Young's mom, Carla, is 6-foot, and his sister, Weslie, is 5-10. But it's Young's father whose growth spurt might foreshadow one in his son.

    Young said one player he compares himself to is former NFL defensive end Julius Peppers, who is 6-7.

    His father was nearly seven feet tall, you say? That actually checks out.

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    I have no idea what a couple of extra inches would do to his game, but from an intimidation standpoint alone it's worth a shot!

    Imagine you're an NFL offensive tackle and the dude you're blocking is longer than you, faster than you, quicker off the ball than you, has better hands than you, has laser sights coming out of his head, and is more powerful than you.

    Best of luck!

    Entire article: https://www.elevenwarriors.com/skull-sessions/2020/04/113765/ohio-state-football-chase-young-might-not-be-done-growing-ohio-state-is-the-best-at-developing-three-star-talent-and-cj
     
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    Dryden Sober as Sarkisian Staff Member Tech Admin

    https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/redskins/watch-6-year-old-redskins-fan-goes-absolutely-crazy-when-team-drafts-chase-young

    WATCH: 6-year-old Redskins fan goes absolutely crazy when team drafts Chase Young

    Redskins fans meet Chase Bosonac, a 6-year-old fan that might be the new star of NFL Draft weekend. Watch the video above of Bosonac's reaction when the Redskins drafted Chase Young, and then just smile.

    Nothing makes sports cooler than when little kids get star struck, and Chase B clearly idolizes Chase Y.

    "He's the best player," Bosonac said Tuesday. "And we have the same first name."

    The back story is interesting too.

    Bosonac only became a Redskins fan this year, and only once he learned that Young would likely land in Washington. Bosonac's mother Ashley said the family was a little scared what might happen if the Redskins passed on Young, but luckily that didn't become an issue.

    It's even funnier how Bosonac came to be a Young fan.

    The family lives in New Jersey while Bosonac's father Brian is a Wisconsin graduate and the family usually watches Badgers game together. In late October, Ohio State played Wisconsin and Young completely dominated, logging four sacks and two forced fumbles. From that day, Chase B has loved Chase Y.

    "He jumped ship on me," Brian Bosonac said of his son.

    If it wasn't bad enough for Brian Bosonac that his oldest son had become an Ohio State fan, it got worse when Chase decided to be a Redskins fan. Brian is a die-hard Giants fan.

    "He has season tickets to every [Giants] game and he has nobody to go with him. He always thought his son would go but now he’s the biggest Redskins fan," Ashley Bosonac said.

    ...

     
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    Just sayin': Wanta bet that with the "NIL" provisions the bobble heads will start coming out while the player is still in college and he'll "get a cut" of the action, etc.

    :nod:
     
  12. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Just in case you wondered where the catbird seat was:

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    :lol:
     
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    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

  14. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

  15. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    LOOKING AT THE BIGGEST SECOND-YEAR LEAPS OF RECENT OHIO STATE FOOTBALL PLAYERS

    CHASE YOUNG

    Chase Young's first season with the Buckeyes looked a lot like Zach Harrison's in 2019.

    Young registered 18 tackles, five tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks in 2017 while Harrison notched 24 total tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks last year.

    But if Harrison can make a similar leap into his sophomore season as Young did in 2018, Buckeye fans could get excited.

    Young was supposed to complement Nick Bosa as a sophomore, but he became the lead pass-rusher on the team when Nick's season came to an end in Ohio State's Week 3 showdown against TCU.

    Young thrived regardless, piling up 14.5 tackles for loss (highlighted by the game-clinching tackle on the road against Penn State) and 10.5 sacks.

    Entire article: https://www.elevenwarriors.com/ohio-state-football/2020/05/114005/examining-the-biggest-second-year-leaps-of-recent-ohio-state-football-players
     
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