Glenn Taylor, a big combo guard who rates among the top prospects in the 2021 recruiting class, started an official visit at Nevada on Friday.
Taylor, who is 6-foot-6 and 190 pounds, is from Las Vegas' Cheyenne High. 247Sports.com's consensus rankings place Taylor as a three-star recruit and the No. 129 prospect in the 2021 class, including the fourth-best player in Nevada.
As a sophomore, Taylor averaged 17.3 points, per MaxPreps.com. Taylor, who will be a high school junior this season, has offers from Nevada, UNLV, Southern Utah, UTSA, Montana, Eastern Washington and Cal State Northridge. Nevada offered Taylor a scholarship in September and UNLV followed suit later that month, setting up a potential in-state battle for his services.
Taylor plays for California Stars' AAU team. He also has played for the Las Vegas Prospects. He is the second known official visitor Nevada has hosted in the 2021 class, joining Nick Davidson, who visited Nevada last month.
HoopSeen.com wrote in January about Taylor's rising stock: "His speed and verbal communication stood out throughout the event. He was able to get to the rim whenever he wanted and he played with a competitive drive that was undeniable."
Here is a look at Taylor in action.