Kendyl Taylor is excited about his first offer from Washington but the Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton athlete is taking things slow and wants to hear more from other programs. Still, having a Pac-12 offer this early is neat and Taylor is thrilled.
"With them being my first offer that's pretty cool," Taylor said. "I am interested in them and it's just really exciting to finally get that first offer and get that off my shoulders.
"It's good to know I don't have to worry about that, I can focus on my game more and go out there and work hard. The worst-case scenario is that I still have an offer and I still have somewhere to go."
Other than the Washington offer, not much has changed for Taylor, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound prospect who finished with 48 catches for 713 yards and five touchdowns in his junior season. Chandler Hamilton finished 15-0.
The Huskies stand out to Taylor but he's still taking his time with his recruitment.
"I really don't mind where I go or how far away from home it is," Taylor said. "I really don't have a preference so far. I'm still just waiting to see who's interested in me and where I can play, things like that.
"I really haven't thought that far ahead. It's still too early in the process. I don't have any favorites right now, I'm just waiting to see which other schools come along and then go from there."
Even though there hasn't been much movement in his recruitment, Taylor said some new schools are starting to show interest. Oregon, Stanford and Arizona are the three latest programs to send mail.
"I haven't gotten any other offers or anybody else talking to me, just a couple questionnaires in the mail and stuff like that," Taylor said.