LSU adds Texas running back Adam Taylor
LSU has taken a few chances on the recruiting trail and had them pay off down the road and the Tigers staff certainly are trusting their evaluation skills by grabbing a commitment from Katy (Texas) running back Adam Taylor, who suffered a knee injury in his first game last fall.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound back was one of the top players in the state for his powerhouse high school program and despite the injury he had offers from Alabama, Oklahoma and Wisconsin among others.
My dreams are coming to reality slowly every day just committed to LSU #GeauxTigers— adam taylor (@adam_taylor28) May 4, 2012
Taylor rushed for 1,563 yards and 19 touchdowns as a sophomore and was one of the fastest players in the Houston area. He's expected to be 100% by the fall, if not before, and becomes LSU's 10th commitment for the class of 2013 and first from Texas.
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