Former Eagles RB Brian Westbrook is expecting big things from fellow DeMatha alum and ex-Ohio State star Chase Young ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Westbrook's high praise for Young speaks volumes. The longtime Eagle spent eight seasons (2002-09) in the City of Brotherly Love, amassing 9785 all-purpose yards and 66 total touchdowns in 107 games for then-head coach Andy Reid. 

Young is widely projected to be selected 2nd overall by the Redskins in April's draft.

The pass-rushing phenom posted 16.5 sacks for the Buckeyes in 2019 and is regarded as the top defensive prospect in the draft pool. 


Westbrook (Class of '97) was inducted into the DeMatha Hall of Fame back in 2011.

His younger brother, Byron, played three seasons for the Redskins, from 2009 to 2011, and is currently the head coach at Bladensburg High School in Prince Georges County.

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