Joshua "Jay Tee" Taylor is the Best 2013 West Coast Wideout

NEW HIGHLIGHT MIX: Joshua Taylor (WR/2013) Franklin HS is LA's Best

Joshua "Jay Tee" Taylor is the West Coast's best kept secret. At 6'3" 175, Taylor is instant coffee. Put the Franklin High School senior at any skill position on the field and watch him dominate.

Over the summer, College Level Athletes had the chance to watch Jay Tee during the annual LA Watts Summer Games 7on7 HS football tournament, where he took home defensive MVP honors. Taylor also made several acrobatic catches and routinely plucked the ball out of the air with his hands.

According to Joshua, several schools have shown interest as of late. In addition to his two official offers that include New Mexico State and UNLV, the likes of UCLA, Arizona, Boise State and several other programs have shown interest in the athletic Taylor.

As someone who has been around athletes their whole life, I've seen every type of player imaginable. In football there are average players, good players and great players. Joshua Taylor is an exceptional football player with instincts on the offensive and defensive side of the ball that one must be born with.

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You can ask around about Jay Tee Taylor, and from Long Beach Poly to Corona Centennial, and back to Oaks Christian, all the kids have heard about the Franklin senior wideout. What was once a whisper is slowly turning into a buzz in LA this HS football season.

Locke High School senior quarterback Justin Dottery, who's averaging over 250 yards passing through the first two games of 2012, had the chance to work with Taylor over the summer at a UCLA 7on7 tournament and said this about the Franklin standout:

“There were times that I would just throw the ball up and he would make the catch. There was one play where he went up for a pass in the endzone and came down with the ball in one-hand. His other hand never even went up for the ball,” Dottery said.

Taylor doesn't stop at football, as the senior competed at the California CIF State Track Meet in 2011, just missing the finals of the boy's long jump by half an inch.

With certain players, there comes a point when you simply shake your head in amazement of what you've just witnessed. Watch Franklin HS play on a Friday night in Los Angeles and watch heads sway back and forth in disbelief because of Joshua "Jay Tee" Taylor.

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