2014 OL Christian Taylor Talks UNC

One of South Carolina's largest prospects in the 2014 class, offensive tackle Christian Taylor, recently took a Junior Day visit to Chapel Hill. The 6'5 330 pound prospect from White Knoll High School talked about the highlights of his trip to check out the Tar Heels and more in this interview with SCPrepNation.com!

Christian Taylor Profile

2014 offensive tackle Christian Taylor of White Knoll High School made the ride up to Chapel Hill to take in Junior Day festivities. The 6'5 330 pound prospect sat down with SCPrepNation.com to discuss his North Carolina visit and more in-depth.

"The trip was a great one! It was one of the best visits I have been on. I can't wait to get back up there definitely!"

With so much to see and experience Taylor talked about some of the highlights of his time in Chapel Hill.

"One of my highlights was definitely watching their basketball game against North Carolina State."

Another bright spot for Taylor was a chance to sit down with the Tar Heel coaches and talk about things.

"I got a chance to talk with coach Kapilovic. He said that he loves my film and that he has been watching me a long time. He said he wants me to come to multiple games this year."

Taylor spent a good bit of time during his visit hanging out with another 2014 Palmetto State lineman prospect, Jake Whitley of North Augusta High School. He said that he and Whitley both liked what they saw and experienced in Chapel Hill.

With offers already from North Carolina State and Coastal Carolina, who could be next to offer Taylor?

"It could be Tennessee. They have already started to set up my official there and they were asking me my favorite food and stuff for when I visit senior year."

Other schools remain heavily involved apparently for the massive lineman. He'll take in quite a few visits in the coming months too apparently.

"I know I'm going to South Carolina, North Carolina State, North Carolina, and Tennessee for spring practices."

With his senior season coming up next year Taylor talked about what nuances of his game he'll be putting in extra work on to strengthen his play on the field.

"I'll be working on my footwork, my conditioning, and weightlifting. I'm going to be prepared as best as I can be when I get where I want to go for college."

Academically Taylor continues to shine as he reports a 3.87 overall GPA. He says that he'd like to major in either communications or environmental studies when he gets to college.

Stay tuned as we'll bring you the very latest regarding Taylor's recruitment so keep it locked right here with SCPrepNation.com!

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