"Coach Brown and Coach Mike Tolleson said they weren't allowed to offer anybody at the camp because of the rules, but that they were very impressed with my performance and they'd be going through my coaches," Taylor said.
Similar to the case of Brian Orakpo, the Horns appear to be making a move for the 5-11, 185-pound athlete from Belton.
"That was really the first time I ever played DB," Taylor revealed. "And I still picked off two passes."
Kid's a star running back who projects as a corner on the next level. Based on what I'm hearing from the kids who attended today's camp, Taylor can lock'em down with the best.
"Texas is where I really wanted to go and to have them looking at offering me is something I'm very happy about," Taylor told TheInsiders.com.
So when the paperwork hits the house, could the prep with mad game pull the trigger?
"I think I might wait just a little bit, but I'll probably commit...that's where I really want to go," said the high-schooler with a 41-inch vertical and sub-4.4 forty speed.
The Longhorn commitment parade marches on as the Cen-Tex stallion looks to be the next one.
So what does this mean for Waco's Marcus Walker?
Look for that in this week's edition of IT's Inside Scoop.