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"My visit was great," Reggie Taylor said. "I walked around the college and talked to the positions coach [Paul Rhoads]. We watched the spring game and things like that." "They asked me what I wanted to play in college. I told them that in college I want to play either safety or corner. I feel like I'll get an offer from them sometime in the next three months." "They told me that they wanted to see me at their camp this summer and see what I have." Taylor is ready to show the Tigers what he has this summer. "I'm gonna go down there, show them what I got, stop the receivers and run a good 40-time," he said. For Taylor, location won't factor into any decisions, but his top schools are all in the southeast. "I like Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Alabama, Middle Tennessee, and that's about it right now," he mentioned. "Auburn is the leading school for me. They have what I want to major in. I want to be a physical therapist one day. They have a great football team and stuff like that. I'd like to end up there, but I'm still weighing my options." Another SEC program has been in close contact with Taylor as well. "I've talked to Florida several times," he reported. "They basically said the same thing to me that Auburn said. They want me to come down to their camp to see what I've got." Taylor is new to track & field and posted a 10.90 second 100 meter dash in only his second track meet. The speedster claims to enjoy track, but he can't wait for football season to begin. He totaled 22 tackles, 15 assists and three interceptions in 2007 from his cornerback position. He hopes to improve on those stats, and on all other aspects of the game. "Last year we got knocked out of the first round of the playoffs," Taylor said. "We'll be better next year. Next season I'm gonna focus on senior leadership. I want to lead our team all of the way. I want to make my city proud. I want about six or seven picks (interceptions), and be All-State." Reggie Taylor will attend summer camps at Auburn, Florida and Middle Tennessee.
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