"It was really good," Keith Taylor told Dawgman.com Sunday evening. "This was my second time going up there (he attended UW's Rising Stars camp in June) and I'd say the highlight of my trip was to finally get to see how great of a football atmosphere it was at Husky Stadium. It was my first time going to a football game out of state and I really enjoyed myself."
Even with Washington's frustrating 34-23 loss to 12th-ranked Utah, Taylor said the atmosphere met the hype.
"The crowd was loud and it was a lot of fun even though the game wasn't what we hoped it would be," Taylor said. "I had all of these thoughts about what it would be like there, just because I had heard so many good things, and it met all of my expectations. I loved it."
Washington was the second unofficial visit for the junior corner and he gave the Huskies a perfect 10.
"I would say Cal was an 8.5 and Washington was a 10," Taylor noted.
As far as the process for Taylor and where things go from here, he said he didn't think about committing because he wants to take his time.
"Not really," Taylor said when asked if he considered committing. "I just want to take my time with the recruiting process because I still have a whole year to think about where I want to go."
Taylor is considering a trip to see UW in the spring and summer, but at this point he has yet to set anything up.
Dawgman.com will continue to keep tabs on the talented corner and update recruiting news on him as it happens.