Brady Taylor’s career at Bishop Ready (Columbus, OH) has been over since November 30, but he still has football left to play before moving on to Virginia Tech. In total, the 6’5”, 280-pound offensive tackle will play in three postseason all-star games, the first of which took place last Friday night in Orlando (FL).
Alongside six other Virginia Tech commitments, Taylor suited up last Friday in the 2014 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl.
“I think I did really well,” Taylor said of his performance in the Offense-Defense Bowl. “During the game, I didn’t get beat at all. One of my goals was not to give up a sack. It was definitely a cool experience. I got down in a two-point stance, which is something I’ve never done before. It was a cool experience. I went against good kids all week. Chris Register, a linebacker going to Clemson, is probably one of the best backers I’ve ever seen.”
“It was awesome, especially since all the commits stayed together,” Taylor said of the experience with his future teammates. “Billy Ray was my roommate. We got to catch up and meet each other. I’m definitely looking forward to playing with those guys. It was cool to just be hanging out.”
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