Former Boise State wide receiver Titus Young likely will meet with a psychiatrist soon as part of his legal proceedings in Orange County, Calif.
Young appeared in Superior Court on Tuesday and his attorney's request to continue the case until June 24 was granted. His attorney has not been able to get Young seen by a psychiatrist at the Orange County jail, where Young hasn't been allowed visitors, USA Today reports. His bail remains at $50,000.
Young interacted with the judge at Tuesday's hearing after standing silent at his previous appearance May 24. "You look like you're doing a lot better than the last time I saw you," judge Andre Manssourian told Young, according to USA Today.
Young faces 11 charges, including four felonies.