Taylor (6-0, 228) ran the 40-yard dash in a time of 4.39 seconds to go along with a vertical leap of 36 inches, according to The Athletic’s Nicki Jhabvala.
Taylor previously ran a 4.49-second 40-yard dash at the Combine and had a vertical leap of 35 inches.
His pro day times would have placed him in elite company at the Combine. His 40 time would have been just a tick off the all-time record for a LB of 4.38 seconds and would have tied him for the fastest time with Clemson’s Isaiah Simmons.
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And Taylor’s vertical jump would have tied him for sixth-best among LBs at the Combine.
The senior has seen his stock soar since the season ended, as he was also invited to the Senior Bowl.
Pro Football Focus recently tabbed Taylor as a late first-round prospect, going to the Chiefs with pick No. 32 overall, in its analytical mock draft.
“Taylor has many of the same comps as Isaiah Simmons and would fit the Chiefs perfectly here.”
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