2012 Lineman Camps At Pitt

Frank Taylor, a 2012 lineman out of Warminster (PA) Archbishop Wood was one of the many lineman at Pitt's prospect camp a couple weeks ago. It was the only camp Taylor decided to go to this summer, but one well worth it.

Because of Frank Taylor's skill, he plays almost every position on the offensive line for his team. Most of the time he's playing at guard, the spot on the line he prefers. He earned first-team All-Catholic League as a sophomore, and was one of the more impressive linemen at the Pitt camp.

"A lot of the coaches were talking to me, they said they want to see me down here more," Taylor said. "They said they want to get me back on campus for some of their activities, they're giving me more of a verbal offer."

Taylor went to Pitt's camp expecting just to learn something--pick up one new skill and apply it. After working out at the one-day camp, it seems he'll be hearing a lot more from the Panthers.

"They're saying they want me at Pitt," Taylor said. "They're saying I'm pretty much going to be offered."

Best of all, Taylor has some comfort, knowing he'll be getting an offer after September 1.

"Somehow, there's a lot less pressure," Taylor said. "Just knowing I got that first call in there. I'd like to make it up there, maybe for a couple home games."

Even though it was just one camp, Taylor felt the whole experience was well worth it.

"I only went to that one camp, and it was fun," Taylor said. "I learned a lot, and I'm just making progress. I'm not sure if I'm going to go to any more camps, I don't know."


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