After an official visit to LSU the weekend of Sept. 3, Muskegon, Mich., defensive lineman Terrance Taylor said he would make an official visit to Nebraska either Sept. 11 or Sept. 18
"I didn't go to Nebraska this weekend," Taylor said on Sunday night. "I'm going this weekend coming up. I'm going to the Nebraska-Kansas game."
"I'm going to Michigan (Sept. 25) for the Iowa game. It's an official visit too."
"And I'm looking at Florida, Miami, and Iowa. It's down to six schools. All six offered. I'll probably visit Florida, then either Miami or Iowa."
"I went to the Michigan-Notre Dame game mostly to see Michigan. They looked flat, like they weren't ready to play. They let Notre Dame get confidence. They let the crowd get into it."
When asked who is leader is, Taylor said, "I'd say LSU is ahead. Michigan is next."
The 6-foot-1 and 285 pound Taylor is the No. 7 defensive tackle prospect in the Rivals.com player rankings and the No.3 overall prospect in the state of Michigan. After three games his senior season, all victories, Taylor has 20 tackles including three sacks.