Chase Young was one of the most feared defenders that college football has ever seen. Had he not been suspended for two games, he may have been able to reach and potentially break the single-season sacks record in the sport.

The record of 24 didn’t get broken, but some of Young’s massive games this season helped him reach his season-ending total of 16.5. But, it wasn’t just the sacks. It was the pressures, the tackles for loss, the focus on him to allow other defenders to have an easier time — it was everything.

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The junior pass-rusher had proven all he needed to prove to NFL talent evaluators in 2019. So on Friday, when Young made his decision for 2020, it shouldn’t have shocked anybody:

Young will be moving onto the NFL and if he isn’t the first pick in the 2020 draft, he’ll surely be taken soon after.