Taylor still in set up process

Florida wide receiver Dionte Taylor says he's still setting up a visit to Nebraska, and while nothing is set in stone, he wants to head to Lincoln.


Despite rumors about University School of Nova (FL) wide receiver Dionte (D.J.) Taylor setting an official to Nebraska, the senior 6-foot, 170 pound prospect says he doesn't have any visits set yet.

"I will let you know, but nothing has been set," said the the two-star prospect. "I'm also going to visit Boston College and Michigan."

Taylor snagged a self-reported 32 catches in 2011, racking up 500 yards and four touchdowns in the process.

University School of Nova opened with a win last Friday night, but the wide receiver was limited to just two catches.

Catches can be hard to come by in an offense that also features wide receivers Jordan Cunningham (Nebraska offer) and D.J. Woods (multiple-offer prospect).

Josh Harvey has covered college football and recruiting for Fox Sports & Scout.com since 2008. He is now the Publisher of Big Red Report, covering Nebraska athletics.
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