2016 Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park, Ca.) WR Chris Taylor-Yamanoha talks about his official visit to Montlake and his timeframe for a decision

Washington is looking for at least one more receiver in their 2016 class and this weekend they played host to Rancho Cotate (Rohnert Park, Ca.) WR Chris Taylor-Yamanoha who told Dawgman.com that he plans to make his decision at some point in "the next few days"...

"It was a really good time," Taylor-Yamanoha told Dawgman.com as he waited at Sea-Tac Airport to catch his flight home. "I had already been up here before, during the summer, so I had already seen a lot of stuff already, but it was cool getting to go to the Space Needle, I'd never been on anything like that before, and also it was good to hang out with some of the players because that was something we didn't really get to do the last time I was up here."

Taylor-Yamanoha's host was quarterback Jake Browning and the two spent time talking about what the future could be like.

"He's a good guy. I liked him a lot," Taylor-Yamanoha noted. "We just spent time getting to know each other and we talked a little bit about what it would be like to play with each other.

"More than anything, he just talked about his experience there and what it's been like as a freshman there and how much he likes it there."

Taylor-Yamanoha didn't want to discuss his status although he has maintained his commitment to Louisville throughout the process.

"I'm going to go home and think about things," Taylor-Yamanoha said. "In the next few days, I'll know where I want to go and I'll just call the coaches and let them know that I've made my decision."

As a senior this past season, Taylor-Yamanoha hauled in 82 receptions for nearly 1,500 yards and 23 touchdowns while earning North Bay League Player of the Year honors.

Washington currently has 13 commits, but only one, (Allen, Tx.) Lovejoy's Aaron Fuller, is a wide receiver.

Dawgman.com will have more on Taylor-Yamanoha later this week when he makes his decision.

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