April 12, 2007
Woodland Hills defensive end visits Pitt
One consistent thing about Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. is the tradition of producing a handful of Division I prospects each year. All-Pro defensive tackle Jason Taylor was one of the first players who set the bar, as he went on to star at the University of Akron and with the Miami Dolphins. The next one appears to be tight end/defensive end Noah Taylor Jason's younger brother. The younger Taylor was a backup to four-star tight Rob Gronkowski this past year on offense, but it was on defense where Noah shined.
While he has no offers yet, the younger Taylor (6' 3" 233) has letters from 40 to 50 different schools, and has been hearing the most from Pitt, Akron, Connecticut, Ole Miss and Ohio. He has taken some unofficial visits this spring, and expects a busy summer. He has attended Pitt practices over the last week.
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