Taylor Gadbois enjoyed his return trip to Tech. "We had a very good time and I liked it a lot." Taylor talked with some of the current commits as well as the other recruits visiting Tech. "I talked with Vad Lee a quarterback from North Carolina and we talked quite a while about being a part of the class coming in now." Taylor also talked to Cale Dennis, son of the Troy University athletic director and other recruits. "That was something I enjoyed doing."
When he wasn't spending time with the other recruits, Taylor had a chance to talk with Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson. "He told me he really wanted me there but was in a position that he needed to know something real soon." This does not seem to be a problem for Gadbois. "I like the way Coach Johnson operates," said Taylor. "He is very straight forward and you know where you stand with him."
Taylor's interest in Georgia Tech centers on their academics and being close to home. "They give you a great degree and if I need to go home they are close," said Taylor. "Those two are big pluses for them."
There are two other schools that Gadbois would like to visit in addition to Tech. "I want to go up to Kentucky and visit them and I might also visit Georgia." Gadbois would like to visit other schools to have something to compare with Georgia Tech. "I don't want to make a decision on just seeing one school."
Gadbois hasn't decided on when he'll be making his decision or visit the other schools. "I haven't set up anything yet but I'm going to do that so I can get info to start making comparisons." Taylor has also not made any decisions on official visits. "We are still in the playoffs and that is one reason I want to wait a little longer so I can get film of me playing against quality 4A schools." Taylor knows that would be something he could use to his advantage.