The 6-foot-2, 210 pounder is ranked as one of the top 40 receiving prospects in the nation thanks to his blend of speed (4.3 recorded forty time), and size. In short he's the prototypical WR prospect. According to TheInsiders.com Young is rated as a three star prospect, though TI experts admit he could see another star added before signing day.
That potential extra star is a result of a stellar senior year, which saw him log 25 catches for over 500 yards and five touchdowns.
Over the weekend he made his final official visit by tripping to UCLA, however no commitment was made. Upon returning from California, Chancellor and his family hosted Duke head coach Ted Roof and several assistants on Tuesday evening.
Big time football isn't new to the Young family as Chancellor's father, former NFL great Charle Young played at Southern California, while his oldest brother played at Stanford. So is there any pressure to eliminate the rival Bruins or, perhaps, complete the California triumvirate?
"My family just wants me to be happy wherever I go," says Young. "They have all been very supportive."
Despite being considered a top receiver prospect, he's also a very good defensive player, which is where he projects should he choose to attend Oregon. On the defensive side of the ball he tallied 91 tackles and one interception.