Bryce Young is seasoned beyond his years and has been one of the most impressive quarterbacks in the passing league circuit all offseason, continuing his ascension despite being three years away from stepping foot on a college campus.
The 2020 prospect from Los Angeles Cathedral recently picked up his first Pac-12 offer from Utah and told Scout.com it was another big one in his recruitment, particularly since he liked what he heard from new offensive coordinator Troy Taylor.
Arizona State and Oklahoma are two programs expressing new interest and the local schools, UCLA and USC, are also beginning to get involved. Young said Nebraska is another team he's highly intrigued by and he hopes to get out to Lincoln to take in the environment in the future.
This interview was conducted last Saturday, when Young visited UCLA's practice, and he attended practice yesterday as well.