"Ole Miss is recruiting me harder than anyone else right now," Taylor Carney said from his home in Killen, (Ala.).
"I went to camp at Ole Miss this summer, and I really liked it over there. I got to tour the campus, and I loved it."
"I also got to sit down and talk to Coach [Houston] Nutt, and Coach Rocker. They liked me, and I liked everything they said. They didn't offer me a scholarship, but they are supposed to come watch me this season. I am also going to send them my film after the first three games of our season."
Brooks High School is coming off a great two-year run in the 4A state playoffs. They were led by All-State quarterback Marcus Corbin, who has since graduated. Carney tells ScoutSouth.com what he expects of the upcoming season.
"We are going to come out and play as hard as we can every game," Carney demanded. "We still have talent on this team, and we are looking good, and we are confident we can get it done on the field."
Brooks will open their season by hosting Lauderdale County August 28th. Carney is expected to play defensive end, linebacker, and offensive tackle throughout the season.
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