"Since the middle of January, things have been pretty busy (on the recruiting front)," Taylor said. "I have gotten offers from Utah, California and Arizona State since then and a bunch of other schools have said they will be out at my school during the spring to check in on me."
With the increased attention, one might think that Taylor could be wavering on the commitment he made to Washington on Christmas Eve.
"No, I'm still solid to Washington," Taylor said. "They believed in me early on and I knew where I wanted to go, so that's why I committed.
"I also have a real good relationshi with coach (Jimmy) Lake and coach (Chris) Petersen, so that's another reason why I wanted to commit."
Taylor said he plans to visit Montlake at the end of March.
"I'm planning to go up there to meet with the coaches and hopefully see some of their spring practices," Taylor said. "I'm excited to see the school and meet with the coaches and see how they interact with the players."
As far as camps are concerned, Taylor said he's planning to take in the Nike Opening event in Los Angeles and he may try and come back north for Washington's Rising Stars camp in June.
Taylor totaled 18 tackles as a junior last season while playing in just five games due to his transfer from St. John Bosco to Servite last summer.