2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about TAYWAN TAYLOR: Western Kentucky, 5110 203 4.51. Four-year starter from Louisville, KY. Solid muscular frame. Average arm length. Has great production against sub par competition. Was the catalyst for his team’s offensive success. Good burst into route off of the line of scrimmage. Very good route runner. Varies speed with ability to set up defenders. Tough to take down after the catch. Dynamic with the ball in his hands. Can accelerate and stop on a dime. Contort chests from bottom half of his body to snap around back to the quarterback. Will go out of bounds to avoid tackle. Body catcher. Won’t compete unless he thinks the ball is coming his way. Benefited from scheme to add to his overall production. Doesn’t consistently block through the whistle. Inconsistent to work back to the football on certain middle to underneath routes. High upside slot receiver. Athletically explosive with the football. This combination propelled Taylor to be highly productive during his time at Western Kentucky. Although scheme added to his success, his athletic ability carried his team and himself to much of that statistical production. 2016 stats: 98-1730, 17.7 ypr, 17 TD. OSR:11/ 60. Third/fourth round. (A-32 5/8, H-9 1/4, VJ-33.5, SS-4.21).