Occupied by basketball, Taylor is incapable of naming any favorites at this time.
No, I dont really have a favorite that Im really looking at, right now, said Taylor. Im just open right now.
Taylor will begin to make his first unofficial visits in the upcoming weeks. He plans to attend as many spring games as possible with Virginia Tech the only set destination on April 15. He is also in the scheduling stages for a trip to Florida, Virginia and Clemson.
Sunday, Taylor made his first football-oriented trip of the year when he traveled to Durham, N.C., for Scout.coms All-American Combine. He only participated in one-on-one passing drills and although he has only been throwing for two and a half weeks, Taylor was named to Scout.coms All-Combine first eam.
In addition to the three aforementioned schools, Taylor, a 6-foot-2, 180-pounder from Hampton, Va., also holds offers from Florida State, Maryland, Mississippi, N.C. State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
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