"Colorado State was nice," said Taylor. "They offered me a full ride. I like the city. It was nice."
While Taylor could envision himself playing for the Rams, he wants to take a little more time.
"I could see myself playing at Colorado State," he said. "But I want to wait out my decision because I have a few more visits coming up."
Taylor has been offered by one in-state program and another school may be close to making a move as well.
"Coach (Bobby) Petrino called me and offered me a scholarship (last week) from Western Kentucky," said Taylor. I will be taking an official visit there," he said.
And Kentucky has also begun to show more attention.
"I also met with Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown," said Taylor. "Coach Brown is going to call me (and set up a visit) but it will more than likely be February 1st," Taylor said.
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound senior was one of Kentucky's best receivers this year, helping Pleasure Ridge Park to a 14-1 record and an appearance in the 6-A state championship game.