Rendrick Taylor Ready For PT

The Clemson Tigers are looking for some immediate help from some of the talented receivers in this year's impressive class. <BR><BR> Rendrick Taylor may just be the one to do it. <BR>

The 6-2, 210 pound prospect enjoyed signing day with his teammates and the media. "It went pretty good. I had a ceremony at school. I also had an interview with a television station," Taylor told in a recent interview.

Like most of the 2005 class, the Shrine Bowl standout plans to head to Clemson this summer. "I'm going down for the second summer session. I want to get an early start," said Taylor.

Coach Swinney continues to stay in touch with the future Tiger wide out. "Yeah, I talked with Coach Swinney about a week ago. He told me to be ready to play when I come to Clemson. He told me to get a workout plan. They sent me a plan with a running program, and some benching and squatting," said Taylor. "I'll be running track this spring also."

When asked what he is looking forward to the most about beginning his Clemson career, Taylor responded, "I'm just looking forward to practicing hard. I'm looking forward to the chance to play early."

Taylor believes he will have a chance to come in and play early at Clemson. "It's very possible. Coach Swinney said that I need to come in and learn the plays and stuff like that.

The prize recruit is already working a couple of next year's standouts for Marlboro County. "I am talking to Randy Moore and Brian Bradford. Randy said he wants to come where I am. He told me to put in some good words for him," added Taylor.

We will continue to keep you updated on this future Tiger receiver, right up through the first day of practice in August. Top Stories