"I have offers from West Virginia, Washington State and Purdue," Robert Taylor told JCFootball.com. "I just set up my first official visit earlier tonight when I set up a visit to see Washington State on December 4th."
As a sophomore this season, Taylor has locked down his side of the field, posting 42 tackles, four interceptions and three pass breakups.
"I can actually play a lot of different spots on the field. I'm a versatile defensive back," Taylor said. "I feel like I'm patient and I'm hungry for the ball and what I feel I do best is I put myself in positions to make plays."
As a prep at Deer Valley High School in Antioch, California, Taylor saw some offers roll in and he ultimately chose UC-Davis, but after spending his freshman season there, he decided to leave and seek out a new opportunity.
"I just didn't feel comfortable there and I felt like I could play at the highest level of college football," Taylor noted. "CCSF is the best junior college program in the country and it just made sense to come here so that I could give myself every opportunity to get better, play against top competition every day and find a way to get a scholarship to a four-year school again."
Taylor is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in May and he will have three years to play two following the completion of the 2015 football season.