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February 5, 2010
Taylor inks letter of intent with Rice
The options were there for Jordan Taylor depending on which way the Denison athlete wanted to go.
At one school it would be as a receiver. Another offered playing time at quarterback. And in the final hours before he signed a national letter of intent on Wednesday morning to play football for Rice, Taylor was still being sought by other programs.
He chose the Owls over Utah, North Texas and a late push by Tulsa, which would have made him a receiver catching passes from G.J. Kinne, the son of current Sherman head coach Gary Kinne.