3 results for tag: Charle Young


Charle Young’s PAC-12 All-Century Team Honors

Charle Young made a name for himself in the NFL as a safety over his 13-year career, including NFL Rookie of the Year honors in 1973. His most recent honor was being named to the Pac-12’s “All Century Team” as a safety for USC. And the NCAA delivered some nice keepsakes to Young, including a ring, to commemorate this honor. Young was a unanimous first-team All-America at USC in 1972, and he appeared in the Hula Bowl and College All-Star Game. Nicknamed “Tree” by an assistant coach because of his long arms, Young was a  First-Team All-Conference selection who led the Trojans to a Pacific-8 Conference title and a national ...

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Kenny Easley & Charle Young Named to Pac-12’s All-Century Team

Kenny Easley made a name for himself in the NFL as a safety for the Seahawks (1981-1987), but he recently received big props by being named to the Pac-12's "All Century Team" as a safety for UCLA. And joining him on the "All Century Team" is former Seahawks tight end Charle Young, who played the same position for USC. Easley started 10 games his freshman year with the Bruins, recording nine interceptions and was named to his first all Pac-10 squad. His 93 tackles established a school record for tackles by a freshman. He later became the first player in conference history to be honored as all-conference for four consecutive years. P...

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A Visit with Charle Young

Charle was the NFL Rookie of the Year as a tight end with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1973, where he would also be a three-time Pro Bowl selection in his four years with the team. He was with the San Francisco 49ers when they won Super Bowl XVI in 1982, and he then went on to play for the Seahawks in the 1983-85 seasons, where he would wrap up his NFL career.

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