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Vincent Paul Young, Jr. was born in 1983 and played in the National Football League for six seasons. In the 2006 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans took him with the third pick. Young played for the Titans for five of his six years in the NFL. Young was the Offensive Rookie of the Year his first year. Young played his college ball at the University of Texas and was acknowledged as the best college quarterback his junior year. Young finished behind Reggie Bush for the Heisman. Young won the 2006 BCS National Championship against USC in the 2006 Rose Bowl.
Virginia DWI: Young grew up in Houston, Texas raised by his mother and grandmother. His father was in prison. Young was a star quarterback for Madison High School. In his senior year, his team won the 5A Regionals. Young’s team eventually lost the state finals. During high school, Young was the Parade National Player of the Year, the 2001 Texas 5A Offensive player of the year, and received the Pete Dawkins trophy.
Virginia DWI: In early 2017, Young entered a no contest plea to a 2016 DWI charge in Austin, Texas. Young had been stopped on suspicion of DWI as he was driving erratically. Young was placed in 18 months supervised probation, fined $300.00, ordered to complete 60 hours community service, required to successfully complete an alcohol education class, and drive only with an ignition interlock device. Young’s breath test was over .24 grams per 210 liters of breath.