Wide receiver Earvin Taylor (6-3,194,4.45) of Mission, Texas visited Oklahoma this weekend and the following are his toughts on his visit to Norman.
JH: How was your visit to OU?
ET: "It was pretty good. I enjoyed the city as it was pretty nice. The players were great and the whole program was outstanding."
JH: Where does OU stand now that you have visited Norman?
ET: "OU is probably number one right now, but that could change. Right now they are number one. I like their offense and how they utilize their receivers a lot. OU is a passing team and that is what I like."
JH: Is Texas A&M still high on your list?
ET: "Texas A&M is probably right up there and Texas is also on my list. OU has the advantage over Texas A&M because of their passing attack. I will visit Texas A&M in December, but I am going to my brother's (Texas A&M receiver Jamar Taylor) game this weekend. So I guess that will be an unofficial visit to Texas A&M."
JH: Does the fact that your brother plays at Texas A&M give the Aggies more of a chance?
ET: No. The fact he is at Texas A&M will not be that big of a factor.
RECRUITING: Top Texas receiver talks about OU trip
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