Named the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Taylor owns the Hokies’ records for total offense, passing yards, rushing yards, touchdowns for a quarterback , touchdown passes in a season and career wins.
Last season, he passed for 24 touchdowns and five interceptions, completing 172 of 284 passes. He draws high marks for speed and elusiveness, rushing for 637 yards and five touchdowns last season. Some draft analysts have knocked him for his throwing motion, but his accuracy has been sound.
Two seasons ago, Taylor completed 136 of 243 passses for 2,311 yards, 13 touchdowns and five interceptions with 370 rushing yards.
Taylor may be someone who can make plays all over the field like a young Reggie Bush, which makes him more of a possibility for the Saints for draft consideration.
Taylor may get plenty of playing time as a rookie, if the Saints cannot get Bush to lower his asking price. That, plus where he is predicted to go in the draft, could play a significant role in if the Saints select him. I personally would love to see him in the black and gold.
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