Taylor to Decide?

Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea wide receiver Tatum Taylor breaks down his in-home with the Beavers and sets a possible commitment date…

Seattle (Wash.) O'Dea wide receiver Tatum Taylor has already taken his official visits and hopes that in-home visits will help him decide where he should play.

"Oregon State came over last night," said Taylor. "Coach Riley was here and he sat down with my mom and dad and we talked about how I would fit in there."

Taylor has been working on making his decision and received some much needed advice from a recent high profile prospect.

"The one thing is that I was hanging with Keivarae Russell after he got back from the national title game," said Taylor. "We talked about where I was at. He told me he always asked the coach if they needed him or wanted him. If they needed him he would play right away."

"Coach Riley has said all along he needed me to come in and play right away. He feels like I have a chance to come in and play," said Taylor. "Brandin Cooks is a leader of that team and I can follow him."

Taylor also told the Beaver head coach that he would try and have an answer for him this weekend.

"I kind told them that my goal was to figure out where I am going by Saturday," said Taylor. "I just hope I am ready."

It appears that Washington State is the other program making the decision difficult for Taylor.

"I talked to Washington State last night and coach Leach isn't back yet," said Taylor. "I am supposed to call them tomorrow to check in and see when they will come for in-home. They are waiting on coach Leach."


Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com.
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