Mansfield (Texas) defensive end Adrian Taylor has had no problem collecting offers which would mean visits are starting to get set up.
Standing at 6-foot-5, 280 pounds, Taylor is a force off the edge and even plays some defensive tackle as well. With such versatility and athleticism, it's no wonder programs such as Texas A&M, Kansas State, Oklahoma, and UCLA have already sent offers his way.
The hard part is narrowing it down.
"That's what I'm trying to figure out right now," Taylor said. "The goal is to narrow them down to a final 10 or final seven. I haven't even put them down yet, but I like LSU, Oklahoma UCLA, and a ton of others."
A visit is already in the books as Taylor ventured up to Norman to check out Oklahoma. Though it wasn't a camp stop, the talented defender saw what he needed to see to make it a successful journey.
"It was fun, I met all the coaches, looked at the facilities and all that," Taylor said. "That's the only school I've been to and they're up there but I don't know who my favorite is just yet."
The next team to possibly get a visit could be LSU. Being a high school player, with aspirations to play in the NFL, he noticed who got drafted this year by his favorite pro team.
"I'm a Dallas Cowboys fan and I like how Marcus Spears came out of there and was taken in the first round," Taylor said. "That's one of my biggest goals, to make it to the NFL, so that caught my eye."
Taylor is also quite the performer off the field and is looking for a good drama department for a possible major.