LSU Still on Top for MI DL Terrance Taylor?

Muskegon, Mich. High School has been simply manhandling teams so far this season. In its first four games the Big Reds have outscored opponents 187-26. After a 69-0 mauling of Holland, defensive lineman <b>Terrance Taylor</b> decided to make the drive to Ann Arbor and watch Michigan's 24-21 victory over San Diego State. Was the win enough to push the Wolverines back into the lead?

After jumping out to a huge first quarter lead Friday night against Holland, Muskegon head coach Tony Annese decided to give his top defensive player the rest of the night off. "We were up something like 45-0 in the first quarter," Terrance Taylor said. "I had about five tackles but I didn't play after the first quarter. Usually I just want to relax on Saturday, but since I didn't play much I felt good and decided to go see the Michigan game."

Taylor at one time stated he wouldn't attend any Michigan games this fall, saying he is very familiar with the campus and didn't think he could see anything new. After his recent official visit to LSU he changed his mind and scheduled an official visit to Ann Arbor for this coming Saturday's contest against Iowa. "I'm looking forward to seeing what they'll show me away from the football program," Taylor said. "I'll go over Friday night after our game against Zeeland, that should be a pretty easy game too."

The visit to LSU vaulted the Tigers into the lead for the 6 foot 1, 285-pound Taylor and Saturday's victory over San Diego State wasn't enough to change anything. "LSU is still in the lead," he said. "It's not by much but they are still on top. Michigan is a close second."

Taylor said the following week he'll visit Nebraska.

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