This bit on Titus was in an interview by Cowboys Nation (NFL's Dallas Cowboys) w/ NFL Draft analyst Wes Bunting.
CN: Staying with players who can play in the slot, let's flip it over to the offensive side. Let's talk about receivers who can play there, and let's begin with the guy who has had the most press at the WR spot. How much has Titus Young helped himself this week and where do you think he projects now?
WB: He's helped himself as much as any player down here, regardless of position. On tape he's one of the few guys who I see corners legitimately fear, because he can just fly down the line and even when you know he's gonna try and run by you, that doesn't mean you can stop him. At the same time, he does a great job setting up his routes. He has a real savvy about his game and he can snap and get out of his routes.
He did a real nice job today plucking the ball with his hands, and I think he made a point of it because he dropped a lot of balls on Monday. I think he's a more polished version of Johnny Knox and I've talked to some people who feel he could have aDeSean Jackson-like impact. DeSean went in the late 2nd because of his size and I think Knox went in the early 4th for the same reason. I think teams start looking for him in the late 2nd through the 3rd. I don't think he'll drop to the 4th because I think he runs too well.
CN: You're thinking maybe mid-2nd to mid-3rd for Young?
WB: Probably, somewhere in there. I'll add he has massive, strong hands for a guy his size. I was talking to him after a workout and shook his hand afterwards. I was probably three inches taller than him and his hand just engulfed mine.