When Rivals100.com made a trip to the Midwest this past fall, one of the first stops was to see talented junior defensive tackle Terrance Taylor of Muskegon, Mich.
At the time, Taylor, who is 6-foot-1 and 285 pounds, had an early scholarship offer from Michigan and was leaning heavily toward the Wolverines. Well, it’s time to add another offer to his early resume.
“I’ve now also gotten an offer from Michigan State,” Taylor, who has clocked in a 4.95 seconds in the 40-yard dash, said. “I still really like Michigan and it’s my leader, but I’m also looking really hard at Florida State, Miami, Michigan State, LSU and Ohio State.”
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Taylor said he still only plans to camp this summer at Michigan after he’s completed with his track season.
Taylor should be one of the nation’s top defensive tackles. He earned all-state and dream team honors as a junior. He is also a conference champion in wrestling in only his second year of competition. Also a state power lifting champion with a Michigan high school record of 1605 total pounds.
Taylor has a 2.2 core grade-point average and has already scored a 20 on his ACT.