"It is going good, we lost to Seminole the other night. Hopefully we can bounce back and continue the winning streak like we have. No interceptions yet but I have a lot of nice tackles and a lot of tackles for loss. We are 4 and 2 right now."
Taylor, 6-feet and 175 pounds, says he's been talking to a couple schools lately.
"South Alabama and Louisiana Lafayette, those are the main two, I haven't been talking to anyone else really. "
Taylor remains wide open and is waiting to hear from more schools.
"I don't really have a top five, I just want to go somewhere that fits me. The only one I have been thinking about is Louisiana Lafayette so far. I like their coaching staff, I like the defensive back's coach, he helped me a lot when I was up there for their camp. He showed me a lot of good techniques that I could use during the season and I am doing pretty good with that."
Next up for Taylor is a trip to visit one of the schools calling.
"I am going to South Alabama to check out a game this weekend on an unofficial. I haven't set up any official visits but I look forward to doing that soon."
The standout cornerback, who claims a 3.0 GPA, talked about what he's looking for in a school.
"One of the things I am looking for is a college coach who is a Christian because I am a Christian, so I like to follow coaches who believe in the same thing I do. I am looking for a good journalism program or sports broadcasting program, that's my major. And just a nice school to go to."
Taylor is still waiting for his first offer.