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2011 Eastham Energy All Star Game
Four-year letterman and three-year starter at tight end... Played in 2011 Eastham Energy All Star Game... Veteran with 46 career games played... Earned undergraduate degree in December 2009 in general studies... Former quarterback.
2010 (Senior): Played all 13 games with five starts as senior... Played in 2011 Eastham Energy All Star Game... Named second-team "All-Texas" by Dave Campbell's Texas Football publication... Totaled 20 receptions for 269 yards and two touchdowns... Six multiple-catch games... Opened season with bang, hauling in career-long 68-yard TD pass for Baylor's first score of season in opening win vs. Sam Houston State... Made two catches each in wins vs. Buffalo (second game) and vs. Kansas State (eighth game)... Had then-season-high three receptions (35 yards) vs. No. 23 Texas A&M... Caught 12-yard TD in 12th game vs. No. 16 Oklahoma... Caught career-high-tying five receptions for 81 yards in Texas Bowl vs. Illinois.
2009 (Junior): Played in 11 of 12 games and made two starts at tight end as junior in 2009 to earn second letter... Played every game but season finale vs. Texas Tech (tendonitis in knee)... Finished season with 13 receptions for 166 yards and one touchdown... Had five multiple-catch games: vs. UConn (two, second game), vs. Northwestern State (two, third game), at No. 19 Oklahoma (two, fifth game), at Missouri (two, ninth game) and vs. No. 2 Texas (three, 10th game)... Made season highs of three receptions and 48 receiving yards and caught only TD of season vs. Texas.
2008 (Sophomore): Played in 11 of 12 contests and made three starts at tight end as sophomore in 2008... Totaled eight catches for 93 yards and one touchdown on season... Named to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for fall 2008... Played first five games without recording reception, including start vs. No. 1 Oklahoma in fifth game... Also started at No. 8 Oklahoma State and at No. 5 Texas but did not record stats... Made three catches for 33 yards in sixth game, win over Iowa State... Had season-highs of four receptions and 53 yards and caught only TD of season vs. No. 14 Missouri in ninth game... Did not play season finale at No. 7 Texas Tech due to ankle sprain.
2007 (Redshirt Freshman): Moved from quarterback to inside receiver during spring ball and went on to play in 11 games as redshirt freshman with six starts... Ended season ranked No. 2 on squad in yards per catch (13.3 ypc), No. 3 in both receptions (35) and receiving yards (465), tied for fourth in touchdown receptions (two)... 35 receptions were most-ever by Baylor freshman... Caught three or more balls in eight of 11 appearances... Registered career-high five receptions five times (Rice, Texas State, Colorado, at No. 20 Kansas, Oklahoma State)... Recorded touchdown receptions against Rice and Texas State... Totaled career-high 85 receiving yards against Texas State (on five receptions)... Had career-long 37-yard reception at Kansas State... Missed game at Buffalo with knee injury... Saw action on 409 snaps with high of 65 against Colorado to earn first Baylor letter.
2006 (True Freshman): Took redshirt year as true freshman, worked as Bears' scout team quarterback... Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Madisonville High School, Madisonville, Texas... Dual-threat quarterback was three-year starter who earned first-team all-district honors as senior... 55-of-116 for 1,010 yards and nine touchdowns as senior in Mustangs' run-oriented option attack... Rushed 113 times for 661 yards and eight touchdowns... Averaged 5.8 yards per rush... Tossed three touchdown passes in bi-district playoff loss to Robinson... Selected among top 15 signal callers on Texas Football's 2005 Texas Top 300... Also played middle linebacker... Second-team all-district honoree as junior after throwing for 709 yards and seven touchdowns and rushing for 416 yards and two touchdowns... As senior guard on basketball team, earned first-team all-district and team MVP honors for 22-11 squad which captured district title and advanced to regional semifinals of state playoffs... Coached by Greg Morgan at District 18-3A school.
Personal: Son of Shana and Brady Taylor, Brady Dion Taylor was born Nov. 10, 1987, in Huntsville, Texas... Mother, Shana, coaches girls' track team at Madisonville; uncle, Terrence McCloud, is head boys' basketball coach and father, Brady, heads up Little Dribblers' program... Enjoys riding horses and air hockey... Earned undergraduate degree in December 2009 in general studies.