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Texas on Top for Young

Texas on Top for Young

Humble running back Donovonn Young is one of the more talented sophomores in the state of Texas. Despite battling a nagging ankle injury all season, the 5-11, 207-pounder still managed second team all-district honors as well as interest from the Texas Longhorns. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with Young this week about his interests.

The running back position may be the deepest in Texas in the 2011 class. One of the talented ball carriers is Humble High's Donovonn Young. At 5-11 and 207 pounds of power, the sophomore may be the state's most powerful back while also possessing good feet and lateral ability for a big back. Young, the cousin of former Texas A&M and NFL corner Sammy Davis, didn't produce the eye popping stats... Recommended Stories

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