Bryce Christopher Young is an American football quarterback for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Check out his Height, highlights and contract.
Bryce young : 40 time | Highlights | Height | Contract
Young was born on July 25, 2001, in Philadelphia. He later moved to Pasadena, California, where he lived for most of his adolescence.
|Born:||July 25, 2001
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||194 lb (88 kg)|
|High school||Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California)|
Young attended Cathedral High School in Los Angeles and transferred to Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, California, for his last two years of high school football.
As a senior, he was the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year and California’s Gatorade Football Player of the Year after throwing for 4,528 yards and 58 touchdowns.
He was also the USA Today High School Offensive Player of the Year. During his high school career he passed for 13,520 yards and 152 touchdowns and was a five star recruit.
After originally committing to the University of Southern California (USC) to play football, Young decommitted and decided instead to play at the University of Alabama for Nick Saban.
Bryce young 40 time
Extraordinary accuracy to all levels. He consistently throws to the open receiver.
Zips the deep out low and outside. Excellent touch down the seam to fit the ball between defenders.
- Ran a 4.4 40 at his pro-day
He is able to evade pressure and get the ball out quickly. Ran a 4.4 40 at his pro-day. Has amazing mobility – only equaled in modern times by Mike Vick. Truly exceptional.
Also he Possesses a strong right arm and is capable of making every NFL throw easily. Can drive the deep out to the sideline from the opposite hash and has no problem threading the needle between closing defenders.
Easily zips to all areas of the field, demonstrating very good touch on underneath routes to running backs and receivers, as well as down the sideline on deep passes.
Bryce young Highlights
For a moment, it looked as if “Texas is back” might be more than a college football Internet joke.
Unfortunately for the Longhorns, Bryce Young remains one of the most dynamic talents in all of college football, and put together a heroic final drive to push No. 1 Alabama past Texas.
After a huge 4th-and-1 stop of Alabama running back Roydell Williams, Texas went 44 yards in eight plays to set up a 49-yard field goal for kicker Bert Auburn.
The kicker, aptly named for a game against Alabama, missed a chip shot at the end of the half, but hit the huge kick with 1:29 remaining, knocking it through the uprights to give Texas a 19–17 lead.
Young and the Tide immediately got back to work. He completed five passes on the drive, including a 20-yard completion to Jahmyr Gibbs, and picked up 20 yards on a huge scramble to get the team into field goal range.
With 10 seconds left, Crimson Tide kicker Will Reichard made a 33-yard go-ahead field goal, putting his team up 20–19. Texas failed to pull off a miracle score with 10 seconds left in the game, securing the win for Nick Saban’s club.
Young finished 27-for-39 for 213 yards and one passing touchdown, adding seven carries for 38 yards on the ground. Gibbs did it all for the Crimson Tide, catching nine passes for 74 yards and a score, and rushing for 22 yards, while Jase McClellan paced the team on the ground with 97 yards and a touchdown.
Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce Young is one of the most dynamic athletes college football has this season.
But, Young doesn’t appear to be as tall as some other quarterbacks out there. In fact, if you compared him to some of the other athletes on the field, Young appears short.
According to Alabama’s roster, Young is 6-feet tall. He may appear short relative to his offensive line, but that’s easy to do with the kinds of athletes the Crimson Tide have up front.
Young has grown a bit while with the Crimson Tide, which isn’t uncommon. According to his recruiting profile on 247Sports, Young measured in at 5-foot-11 and 183 pounds when he was a five-star recruit coming out of high school.
Bryce young Contract
According to ESPN’s Alex Scarborough, Young has already signed NIL contracts totaling more than $800,000, and he has been offered deals worth more than $1 million that he hasn’t yet accepted.
Due to a change in NCAA rules, college athletes are now allowed to use their names, images and likenesses to earn money provided the deals and partnerships fall within certain guidelines.
Young, a sophomore from Pasadena, California, will almost certainly be Alabama’s starting quarterback this season after backing up Heisman Trophy finalist Mac Jones in 2020.
Sources said that Young’s deal with Cash App — his only public endorsement to date — is worth six figures. He has already completed production on a commercial for the company; it will also feature NFL quarterbacks Daniel Jones and Trey Lance.
The bulk of Young’s other deals are in the memorabilia and trading card space, including Leaf, Wild Card and Onyx, sources said.
Young, who is represented by Creative Artist Agency, has yet to sign any local deals in Tuscaloosa.