OT Christian Taylor Profile
The 6-foot-5, 320-pound prospect plans to make stops at Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama and N.C. State.
In April, Taylor visited Clemson for the Orange and White spring game. Besides the trip to Tigertown for an AAU basketball tournament, that was his first visit to Clemson.
"They've got a beautiful campus. I love the stadium. The west end of the stadium is very beautiful. I like the practice facilities. They're nice," he said in an interview with CUTigers.
"They're doing some nice enhancements to the stadium. I like the coaches. It feels like a family. Their team is great. They seem to work well together."
Taylor was offered by N.C. State while on campus earlier this month.
"I went into the facilities, liked all the facilities. They were really nice," he said.
South Carolina is the only other college campus he's been to.
"They're pretty nice. I went to see their practices. I like their stadium. I was invited to their spring game," Taylor said. "Their practice fields are nice. They have a ton of practice fields. Their players give off great vibes. The coaching staff seems to be pretty great."
As a sophomore, Taylor had 41 pancake blocks and didn't allow a sack.
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