EARVIN TAYLOR, WR, MISSION, TEXAS:
JH: How did your season opener go?
ET: This past Friday we beat Mercedes, 43-24. I had three catches for 203 yards and three touchdowns. I also had a 100-yard kick return for a touchdown.
JH: Are you also being recruiting to return kicks?
ET: Nobody really talks about me being a kick returner, but I wouldn't be against returning kicks in college.
JH: What coaches have you heard from this week?
ET: I have heard from Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Arizona since Monday. I am interested in all three of those schools.
JH: How is recruiting shaping up with you at this time?
ET: I have a top two right now and that is Oklahoma and Texas A&M. Oklahoma is a very good team and I like their offense a lot. They catch a lot of passes every year and wide receivers play a big role in their offense.
At Texas A&M they are passing the ball now and they are rebuilding their offense. Their quarterback is getting close to setting a new passing record at Texas A&M, but I want to watch them very close and see how their offense is developing.
JH: Your brother plays at Texas A&M, does that play a big influence in your decision?
ET: It really doesn't have any influence. I want to make my own choice for me.
JH: Are you going to visit Oklahoma?
ET: I am trying to set up a visit with Oklahoma on September 21, however we are still working on it. We have a bye week that weekend and I hope we can work it out.
RECRUITING: Taylor still favors two
Sooners Illustrated Top Stories
Patrick Fields rolls on as OU's face of 2018Rough patch in recruiting not slowing down Patrick Fields as OU's face of the 2018 class.
Sooners Illustrated9:45 AM
Juco guard Ty Lazenby officially a SoonerFrom relative unknown to a Sooner, the journey continues for juco guard Ty Lazenby.
Sooners Illustrated8:14 AM
Sooners take spotlight at NFL DraftOU is ready to hear its name called multiple times this weekend with the NFL Draft.
Sooners Illustrated7:53 AM
Video: D.J. Ward's perseverance at OUOU defensive coordinator Mike Stoops talks D.J. Ward's perseverance as a Sooner.
Sooners IllustratedYesterday at 3:41 PM