Duke Football BIO
21 Anthony Young-Wiseman
2012: Played in eight games ... missed contests versus Wake Forest, North Carolina, Florida State, Clemson and Georgia Tech due to injury ... logged 14 tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss, 1.0 sack and one fumble recovery ... had a season-high five tackles including one quarterback sack in the Belk Bowl versus Cincinnati ... on the field for 210 total plays including a season-high 60 against Cincinnati.
2011: Played in all 12 games with one start ... received starting assignment against Florida State ... finished the year with 13 tackles, one fumble recovery and one QB pressure ... had a season-high three tackles against Richmond and two-stop outings versus Tulane, Florida State and North Carolina ... returned a fumble nine yards to set up Duke’s game-winning TD against FIU ... played 351 total snaps.
2010: Played in nine games ... missed the Boston College, Georgia Tech and North Carolina weeks due to injury ... finished with 10 tackles ... had a season-high three stops along with one caused fumble versus Elon ... on the field for 98 total snaps.
2009: Did not see game action after suffering season-ending knee injury during preseason drills.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Three-year letterman at Walt Whitman under James Kuhn ... as a senior, had 389 yards passing, 558 yards rushing and 216 yards receiving while accounting for 14 total touchdowns ... all-state choice by the Maryland Coaches Association following senior campaign ... All-Mid Atlantic Region pick by SuperPrep ... in junior season, threw for 749 yards and eight touchdowns while rushing for 625 yards and six scores to help Walt Whitman to the state playoffs ... two-time Honorable Mention All-Met pick by the Washington Post ... two-time first team all-county selection .... selected to play in the Maryland High School Football All-Star Game ... also lettered in basketball and track and field.
PERSONAL: Son of Shawn Yancy and Marcus Wiseman ... born October 10, 1990 ... majoring in evolutionary anthropology while pursuing a certificate in markets and management studies.