|High School:||Walter Johnson|
At Brown: Second Team All-Ivy selection in 2001...Junior: Finished third on the team with 84 tackles...Returned a fumble 82 yards for a touchdown at Cornell...Made a key fourth down stop against Yale that turned the momentum of the game in Brown's favor...Recorded 13 tackles against both Harvard and Fordham...Had 11 tackles and an interception at Columbia...Made 10 tackles against Penn...Broke up 4 passes on the year...Sophomore: Second on the team in tackles (64) and interceptions (2)... Against Columbia, Hunter made six tackles and intercepted a pass which he returned 68 yards, the longest interception return of the year in the Ivy League... Recorded 10 tackles against Dartmouth and made nine stops against Penn... Registered nine tackles, two pass deflections, and one sack against Princeton... Freshman: Made nine tackles on the season...Recorded two tackles in wins over Pennsylvania and Columbia...Secondary School Background: Lettered in football, basketball, and baseball at Walter Johnson High School...Named Co-Player of the Year in football as a senior by the Bethesda Almanac...Named first team All-League by the Bethesda Gazette and Washington Post...Named first team All-League in baseball as a senior...Named Maryland National Guard Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a junior...Personal: Hunter Leigh Young, born May 23, 1981...Son of Miller and Martha Young...Has two younger brothers, Sam and Nick...Enjoys water-skiing and fishing...Concentrating in Business Economics.