"I think it was the basketball atmosphere," Taylor said. "Coming from a basketball school, I think that was it. I'm a player and that's what I'm about; that's what Kansas is about. That atmosphere that the people showed me, I got so much love from everyone."
He averaged 11.6 points per game as a senior. The Jayhawks are losing pieces to the draft and Taylor sees his role clearly. "I think they see me as playing a combo guard but I can run the wing. I'm a bigger guard so I can defend a bigger guard."
"I don't think it was easier (the second time around). I knew some stuff and knew I had to make the right decision. I think the second time around I had bigger name schools on me and I wanted to take my time. It was a tough decision."