"They went out and took care of business," Kendyl said about Washington's 52-24 win over Colorado. "They are playing so well right now it's hard to imagine them doing much better offensively.
"You just don't score on your first six possessions like that, even against bad teams, so for them to go out and do that shows you they are playing at a really high level right now."
Taylor and his Husky teammates, yes his high school's name and future college team have the same mascot, are currently 8-0 and ranked nationally in the top 25 prep programs in the country.
"We're playing really well, but we aren't really getting caught up in another championship," Taylor said. "We know we have tough opponents every week and that makes us focus really well."
So far Taylor has been a heavy contributor from several positions for Hamilton, posting nearly 800 yards of offense and 10 touchdowns on the season.
"Washington said they like me at receiver right now, but that they are going to find ways to get me the ball and let me do my thing," Taylor said. "I'll probably play a little of both (WR and RB) and see where I fit better, but they really like me at receiver and I love the way their offense uses the receivers."
As far as official visits are concerned, Taylor is only taking one -- to Washington -- and plans to bring teammate Reggie Daniels with him.
"Reggie and I are coming up for the Oregon game," Taylor noted. "It should be a great time and I'm really looking forward to getting up there and seeing the atmosphere."
This coming Friday, Taylor and his teammates will take on Basha (Chandler) High School in a battle of cross-town rivals.
We will continue to keep track of Taylor's progress through his senior season and update things along the way.
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