"We called coach Miles last week and he asked us if we wanted to commit and we said yes," said Jhyryn Taylor as he was heading to school this morning. "He said welcome aboard and he was glad to have us."
From his linebacker
spot, he had 44 tackles, with 16 for a loss, 2 sacks and three interceptions
with two returned for scores.
Jhyryn (5-10, 175, 4.5) was the big-play threat in the passing game as he registered 40 receptions for 672 yards and 7 touchdowns.
Both are versatile enough to play several positions but the LSU staff may have them pegged for opposite sides of the ball.
"My older brother
(Curtis Taylor) said they were recruiting me as a receiver and Brandon as a
cornerback," said Jhyryn, who claims other offers from Ole Miss and
With the addition of
Jhyryn Taylor's Junior Highlights
Brandon Taylor's Junior Highlights