"I talked to the coaches at Washington State about a week ago, but we didn't talk about my visit and they just didn't seem like they were very interested," Taylor said. "While BYU has really started to recruit me a lot and they really want me to come on a visit.
"I've heard good things about BYU and that the town is really nice and clean," he said. "It's supposed to be a beautiful place and the coaches seem really cool. They are a top team and always win the Mountain West. They even beat UCLA this year. They've got a good team."
Taylor, ranked as the No. 76 cornerback in the country by Scout.com, visited Colorado State on Jan. 18. "They have all new coaches and I think it would be a good opportunity to come in and prove myself against everybody else," he said. "That's a team that is just building up."
"I really want to sign on signing day, but we'll see," he said. "I really want to go where they want me the most. I like Penn State and Vanderbilt, but it's almost like I'd be a back up choice for them since they haven't been recruiting me since the beginning."
He reports a 3.6 core GPA and a 1130 SAT.