While his trip to Tempe is the only one set in stone, Oregon State, who had receivers coach Brent Brennan at his game on Thursday night, is the next school close to having a date ironed out.
"I'm setting up my visit with Oregon State really soon," said Taylor. "I talked with their coaches and we're going to get that one set."
Two other schools are almost certain to be receiving a visit from Taylor.
Taylor thought his season could be done a couple weeks ago, after an ankle injury sidelined him and left him in a good deal of pain.
Two weeks later, Taylor looked just fine helping the Irish beat Rainier Beach and clinch their spot in the qualifying round of the state playoffs, a year after they lost in the state championship game.
"The ankle is sore, but I'm trying to play through it, it's nothing I can't handle right now," said Taylor. "I'm just helping my team through the state run."
Taylor had a pair of touchdown runs and added a 60+ yard kickoff return that helped O'Dea rally from a 20-14 deficit and turn it into a 64-28 win.
"When I'm running, I zone out and do what I do and don't worry about my ankle," said Taylor. "I know Beach had a good football team, and we just wanted to stop their passing attack. And now we're coming together as a team. We have a lot of young guys, and we're trying to bring it all together to come together and win a state championship."