It seems like everyday something new changes up the recruiting situation for three-star defensive tackle Adrian Taylor of Mansfield (Texas) High School, but the 6-foot-5, 280-pound tackle is certainly not racing toward a decision just yet.
The latest two offers for Taylor came from two more Big 12 schools, but the calls have been from all over since Sept. 1 to the Taylor home. There is one thing that the No. 75 rated prospect in the state of Texas wants to make sure of before he picks a school.
"All of them are the same right now," Taylor said about the schools on his list. "When the schools called, I let them know that I wanted to play defensive end. A couple of schools want to move me inside to defensive tackle. Duke wanted to move me inside, but I know Arizona said I could play defensive end."
His latest two offers, though exciting, fall in with everyone else.
"The latest ones I can think of are Texas Tech and Nebraska," Taylor said. "I'm still making my list though. I don't even have a top five or anything."
"Toward the end of next month, I'll have it narrowed down. I'll then decide after the season."
One coach, through all the calls, has in fact made quite a bit of headway with Taylor.
"Coach (Tim) Beck from Kansas and I have the best relationship," Taylor said. "I mean he came from Mansfield so he's been here. We talk about everything all the way from family to school."