"Coach (Jeff) Koontz is the Louisiana Tech recruiter for my area and I talk with him once a week. He wants me to come up to Ruston next month for an official visit, and I hope it works out to where they offer me a scholarship."
There's been a growing trend of college programs having a long snapper on scholarship. For example, Bryce Haynes -- Rubio's top-ranked snapper -- has offers from Notre Dame, Michigan State, Ohio State, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Utah State.
"Tech's coaches want to see more film from me," said Taylor. "They have the evaluation from Chris Rubio in which he said that I have more potential than most prospects, and that he expects me to get better physically.
"They (Tech) talk like they're going to offer me, but whether they will or not - I don't know. I hope they do. Tech's a solid program with a family environment that isn't far from home. I had the chance to attend the home games against Utah State and Nevada. My dad would be able to come watch me play at Tech."
At 6-foot-0, 250 pounds, Taylor also shined as an offensive and defensive lineman during his prep career.
"I started as a freshman at long snapper and then my sophomore and junior year, I also started on the O-line and D-line," he said. "I had 45 tackles and seven sacks this season."
Taylor is also receiving steady interest from Arkansas State and Central Arkansas.