While the college recruiting letters are coming in just about every day, two schools have seen enough to extend Junior Day invitations.
According to Yazoo City High School head football coach Tony Woolfolk, "Ole Miss is showing him a lot of attention. They want him to come for their Junior Day. And Alabama has also asked him to come to their Junior Day. Those are the two that are really starting the recruiting process with him. He's also receiving a lot of letters as well."
Tony explained what college coaches like about Taurice.
"Taurice is a head-hunter," noted Tony. "He's also all over the field, sideline to sideline. And he never gives up on plays."
Although it's early in the recruiting process, Taurice has a few schools that he's tentatively interested in.
With this year's recruiting about to wind down, the highways leading into Yazoo City will see a little less traffic, but look for it to pick back up when spring recruiting rolls around.
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