Recruiting: Taylor Will Compare OSU, KSU

All-State offensive lineman Keenan Taylor of Tulsa (Washington), Okla., has been committed to Kansas State for a long time and he said coming out of his weekend visit to Oklahoma State he is still committed to the Wildcats. But he is planning to compare what he experienced in Stillwater last weekend with what he experiences this weekend at K-State.

"I'm still committed to Kansas State," said the 6-5, 265-pound Taylor, who accumulated 45 career pancake blocks according to the The Tulsa World. "I am going to go visit Kansas State this weekend and check it out and then I will come back and decided if I am still committed to Kansas State."

The indecision, or as recruit-niks like to refer to it as a soft commitment, comes after his visit to Oklahoma State.

"It was really good," said Taylor. "I got along with the coaches and the players and the facilities that they are moving into are unbelievable. I was really impressed with the locker room, the weight room, all the meeting rooms, and the lounge. A player couldn't ask for more.

"I also liked going out," he continued. "We went to the (Student) Union and there were a lot of people there, all the players were there. It was a great place to hang out and I was just really comfortable. On Friday Lane Taylor was my player host and then on Saturday it was Orie Lemon, me and Orie we really got along."

Taylor said he is going to see how Kansas State stacks up with his visit to Stillwater and then after he comes back from Manhattan he will begin working to his final decision.

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