So far this season, Jujuan Young-Battle has completed nearly 64% of his passes for 2,703 yards with 22 touchdowns and 11 interceptions while he's rushed for over 400 yards and five touchdowns.
"I'd describe myself as a pocket-passer who can run," told JCFootball.com. "I can read coverages really well and I am accurate when I am under pressure. I have good pocket presence and I know when to take off and use my legs to hurt defenses or just slide away from the rush and keep plays alive with my legs while keeping my eyes down the field."
With his outstanding productivity and his abilities as both a runner and passer, you would think that Young-Battle would have lots of schools looking his way, but so far, that hasn't been the case.
"So far, really it's just been Utah State and Southeast Missouri," Young-Battle said. "I had Minnesota interested in me this summer, but they had only talked to my coaches, not really to me at all."
Young-Battle enjoyed a solid high school career at Jones High in Orlando, Florida, but he was unable to get qualified.
"Coming out of high school I finished my senior year with 3,300 passing yards and 34 touchdowns and didn't have any offers and I was a non-qualifier," Young-Battle noted. "I ended up at a JUCO in New York City (Globe Tech) and the situation was not right for me, so I transferred to a conference with better teams and competition. I was the starter at Globe but my credits didn't transfer to Ellsworth so I redshirted last year and now im playing."
Young-Battle is on pace to finish up his two-year degree this fall and he will have two years to play two following the completion of the 2015 football season.