Scout: Young runs 40-yard dash in 4.58

Quarterback Vince Young was timed in 4.58 seconds in the 40-yard dash Wednesday on what is considered a fast track at the University of Texas in Austin, one NFL scout told ESPN's Chris Mortensen. The scout said Young's time was slower than anticipated.

According to the same scout, Young's overall workout was "fairly impressive," but the scout said that Young was not asked to make certain drops and throws that he would have to perform in a private team workout.

While Young completed all but five of more than 50 passes, a scout told Mortensen, "That wasn't a remarkable achievement because he wasn't asked to make many tough throws and he waited a lot on his receivers to get out of their breaks. Teams that are curious about the guy are going to want to see more when they work him out."

One of those teams is the Tennessee Titans, who will give Young a private workout on Thursday in Austin, site of Wednesday's pro workout day for Young his his Longhorn teammates.

Other teams that have scheduled private workouts include the Houston Texans and New York Jets.

Asked to compare Young's workout to one given last Friday by Vanderbilt's Jay Cutler in cold weather and swirling winds, one scout said told Mortensen, "There was no comparison. Cutler made all the throws in tough conditions while Young limited his range of throws and he was indoors."

USC quarterback Matt Leinart, the consensus top passer available for the April 29 NFL draft, will work out on April 2 on the Southern Cal campus.

Young, the former Texas quarterback, worked out for 30 minutes
in front of more than 100 NFL scouts, coaches and executives who
are paying close attention to the quirky throwing motion that still
raises questions despite delivering a national championship.

"Very impressed," said new Texans coach Gary Kubiak,
whose team owns the No. 1 pick. "The kid put on a show."

Texas officials said Washington was the only team not to have
someone watching the workout.

One owner, the Texans' Bob McNair, introduced himself to Young
before the throwing session. Young is from Houston and has said
he'd like to play for his hometown fans.

"I think he had a good workout," McNair said.

The Texans, who were 2-14 last season, are expected to lean
toward drafting USC tailback and Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush
after extending quarterback David Carr's contract for three years.

McNair said he hopes to attend Bush's workout early next month.
But he also indicated the Texans haven't decided who to draft or
whether to keep or trade the pick.

As a quarterback who can run or throw, Young is the most
intriguing player in the draft, scheduled for April 29-30 in New
York. He may also be the most scrutinized as teams try to decide
whether his Rose Bowl performance of 467 total yards and three
rushing touchdowns will translate into the NFL.

"It's a very valuable pick," McNair said. "We all want to
make a good decision."

According to NFL.com, Young measured 6-foot-4 5/8 and 228
pounds. He ran one 40-yard dash, timing 4.57 seconds, although
Young said he was told he timed between 4.4 and 4.5.

Although Young wasn't scheduled to run Wednesday, he said he
wanted to after watching some of his teammates do it.

"They wanted to see me run, so I ran," he said.

The change of heart impressed Kubiak.

"He's very competitive and got in an environment where
everybody wanted to see him operate," Kubiak said. "He did a
great job."

Young spent most of the last two seasons operating out of the
shotgun. Wednesday's drills had him taking simulated snaps under
center and working with five- and seven-step drops in the pocket.

"I showed them everything they wanted to see," Young said,
adding he'll do individual workouts for teams that ask.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.