Vince Young. Vincent Paul Young Jr. (born May 18, 1983) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for six seasons. Young was drafted by the Tennessee Titans as the third overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, and he was also selected to be the Madden '08 cover athlete.
As an electrifying dual-threat quarterback and leader on the 2005 national championship-winning team, there was no shortage of hype surrounding Vince Young when he entered the NFL draft. Even to this day, however, Vince Young is still much more famous for his college football accomplishments than his time in the pros.
- Vince Young reminisces about Texas' 2006 national title win vs. USC in the Rose Bowl | SC with SVPYouTube
- Vince Young, Texas Longhorns relive classic 2006 Rose Bowl victory vs. USC Trojans | ESPN ArchivesYouTube
- Vince Young reveals his biggest career regrets | UNDISPUTEDYouTube
- Vince Young: I should have shut up and played footballYouTube
Vince Young. Vincent Paul Young Jr. Position: QB Throws: Right 6-5, 232lb (196cm, 105kg) Born: May 18, 1983 in Houston, TX. College: Texas (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 33 (3356th overall since 1960) High School: Madison Draft: Tennessee Titans in the 1st round (3rd overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.
Vince. Young. Quarterback. Birthdate. 5/18/1983. College. Texas. Draft Info. 2006: Rd 1, Pk 3 (TEN)
Quarterback Vince Young was a hot commodity heading into the 2006 NFL Draft, and he was scooped up by the Tennessee Titans in the first round with the third-overall pick. He got off to a decent start to life in Nashville and was named the 2006 Offensive Rookie of the Year and earned a Pro Bowl nod after throwing 12 touchdowns and 13 takeaways while rushing for 552 yards and seven scores.
AUSTIN, Texas — Former Texas quarterback Vince Young, whose last-minute touchdown against Southern California in the 2006 Rose Bowl delivered the Longhorns’ only undisputed national championship...
Texas has rehired former Longhorns quarterback Vince Young as a special assistant in the athletic department, bringing him back to the program after he was fired in 2019.
Vince Young and Texas took down USC to win the national championship 🤘 @ESPNCFB pic.twitter.com/7R3uhM9Ct9 — ESPN (@espn) January 4, 2022 There is a hope and expectation that Steve Sarkisian and Quinn Ewers, who was tied for the highest recruiting ranking ever with Young and a handful of other players, can replicate the success that Young brought to Texas with his run.
Vince Young Has New Job at Old Stomping Grounds. The former Tennessee Titans quarterback will work for the University of Texas athletics department once again. David Boclair.