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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from Arizona...38 TT, 3 TFL, 3 INT/returned one for a TD, 3 PBU in 10 gms in '18. 53 TT, 3.5 TFL, INT, PBU in 9 sts, 10 gms in '17.

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  05/16/20 - FS Scottie YoungSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 204 (DS#32 FS) + More +

  Former Arizona Wildcats safety Scottie Young Jr. announced on Twitter and Instagram Saturday morning that he is transferring to West Virginia. Young, who entered the NCAA transfer portal last month, reunites with Jahmile Addae. Addae played under former Arizona head Rich Rodriguez at West Virginia and served as the UA's defensive backs coach from 2016-17. Young played his freshman season at Arizona under Addae before Rodriguez and his staff were fired in January 2018. In three seasons at Arizona, Young recorded 157 tackles, 12 pass breakups and five interceptions in 29 starts - 32 games overall. Young told The Athletic last month he had "gotten stagnant" in Tucson and wanted to take his career "to another level." - Arizona Star News

(DS#32 FS) Sr/2022 FS Scottie YoungWest Virginia
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  04/16/20 - FS Scottie YoungSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 204 (DS#32 FS) + More +

  The Arizona Wildcats' dwindling safety corps has suffered another blow. Scottie Young Jr., who has started 29 games over the past three seasons, has decided to transfer. Young tweeted Thursday that he has entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal. Young is the fourth safety to transfer this offseason, joining Troy Young (no relation), Xavier Bell and Chacho Ulloa. Scottie Young's departure leaves Arizona with only four full-time scholarship safeties, and only two of them have any substantial experience. Young had an up-and-down career at Arizona. He started as a freshman in 2017 but was arrested that September in connection with a domestic-violence incident. Young was charged with misdemeanor assault. The charge eventually was dismissed by Pima County prosecutors after Young completed a diversion program.

He didn't miss any game time because of the incident in '17 and finished the season with 53 tackles and an interception. He was suspended from team activities the following offseason under first-year coach Kevin Sumlin and had to sit out the '18 opener. Young notched career highs in passes defensed (six) and interceptions (three) that year but had a career-low 38 tackles. After his first full offseason in the strength and conditioning program, Young seemed poised for a breakout campaign last year. Although he finished with a career-high 66 tackles, he struggled at times, particularly in coverage. Young played better toward the end of the season, by which time three UA defensive assistants had been fired. - Arizona Republic


(DS#32 FS) Sr/2022 FS Scottie YoungWest Virginia
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  03/17/20 - FS Scottie YoungSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 204 (DS#32 FS) + More +

  The Arizona Wildcats have named longtime Pac-12 assistant Greg Burns as their new defensive backs coach. Burns coached last season at USC, where he also was the secondary coach from 2002-05. The Trojans won the national championship in 2003 and '04. "We are obviously in a very unique time, and the importance of surrounding ourselves with men such as Greg is crucial in the development of our student-athletes on and off the field," UA coach Kevin Sumlin said in a news release. "He brings more than 20 years of experience coaching in the secondary with a successful track record in recruiting and development. "His Pac-12 experience, professionalism and passion for the game will be a great addition to our staff. He is more than qualified to help lead our student-athletes." Like the rest of the sports world, Arizona football is on hiatus until further notice because of the coronavirus pandemic. The team began spring football March 2 and completed four practices before taking last week off for spring break. During that time the NCAA and the Pac-12 shut down all sports indefinitely. Burns officially joined the program on March 9 and already has begun his responsibilities to the extent that he can. - Arizona Star News

(DS#32 FS) Sr/2022 FS Scottie YoungWest Virginia
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  08/08/19 - FS Scottie YoungSr/2022, West Virginia, 5-11, 204 (DS#32 FS) + More +

  Scottie Young Jr. changed numbers this offseason, from 19 to 6. The Arizona Wildcats junior considers it part of his "reincarnation." He's still a football-loving, hard-hitting safety with natural playmaking instincts. He's also a changed man, according to multiple UA coaches and players. "He's a much different player, a much different guy than he was when I first got here," Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin said. "Just how he handles himself, how he talks to the players, how he talks to everybody else. I've been really pleased with his progress." After a head-turning training camp as a freshman in 2017 that put him on the fast track to a starting spot, Young got in trouble off the field. He did not immediately miss any game time because of it. But sometime after Sumlin became coach in January 2018, it was determined that Young would be suspended from all offseason team activities.

He was reinstated about a week into last year's training camp but had to sit out the opener against BYU. Young could have elected to transfer. He could have complained about the punishment on social media. Instead, he looked inward, reflecting on his "trials and tribulations" and determining how he could learn from them. "I was upset - upset with myself," Young said. "I put that on myself. So I had to stay level-headed. I had to stay focused. I always knew that it was going to be a bigger purpose, and here we are today." - Arizona Star News


(DS#32 FS) Sr/2022 FS Scottie YoungWest Virginia
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