Trent Taylor’s scouting report states that he is a power rusher who can ball rush, and a speed rusher. Taylor has shown ability to quickly avoid pass blockers and get to the QB in a hurry. He has good ability to get under the blocker’s pads and pushes them into the backfield or the QB. Trent Taylor is a true hustler and never lets up or gives up. Taylor is smart enough to stay in position and rarely gets caught in misdirection and can tackle with the best of them.
Trent Taylor averages 5.3 tackles per game and .9 sacks per game. He ranks 632nd in sack rankings, 6883 in national tackling, 540th in state tackling, 141st in state division, and 8th in the league. Taylor frame will easily hold 275lbs and with his hustle style of play he will make an excellent SEC DE.
Trent Taylor was recruited by Lance Thompson and Darin Hinshaw from the UT coaching staff. Taylor established a very good relationship with Hinshaw and that relationship is believed to be the reason for the quick commit from Taylor.
All VFLs know that we could use some help on the defensive side of the ball and a little pressure on the opposing QB is never a bad thing! RockyTopics is excited to see what Trent Taylor will bring to UT!