"I really like Maryland right now. They have great coaches and a desire to win," says the 5-foot-11, 190 pounder. "They have done a great job with their teams and are quickly on the rise to be among the elite teams.
"They are right up there with Pittsburgh, which has some great facilities and coaches as well. Those two are my favorites along with Georgia Tech."
Taylor says that NC State also has an outside chance of joining the fray, but they do not have much time to do so.
"I do not want to commit right now, but I definitely want to do it around the middle of the month, and by the end of the month at the latest."
According to StudentSports, which runs the national Nike Camps, Taylor was the best defensive back at the Blacksburg Nike Camp, and he is spending his summer backing that up.
Taylor on the verge
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