The past on Junior Diamond Prospects...Jason Taylor made a name for himself on our site over the years as a member of the Upstate Braves and the Spartanburg Phillies.
|Year||What Junior Diamond Prospects had to say about Jason Taylor|
|2008||Taylor is built very similarly to teammate Lawson. On the bump, he was not overpowering (53 MPH fastball) but...for more, click here.|
|2008||Taylor came on in relief in the sixth and worked a 1-2-3 inning in recording the save. Pounds the zone with his 57-58 MPH fastball. When not on the mound, Taylor is...for more, click here.|
|2008||Taylor is steady defensively from his third base position. He showcased a very nice glove on this day as he consistently gobbled up ground balls with ease. Also, seemed very...for more, click here.|
|2008||Taylor got the start against the Lightning and worked four innings. Left with a lead that his mates were unable to hold onto. Possessing a good pitcher's body, the tall, lean...for more, click here.|
|2009||Vazquez ground ball up the middle found its way to centerfield and tied the game at 1-1. An errant pick-off attempt allowed Vazquez to go to second, and he came in on a single by Jason Taylor to put the Braves...for more, click here.|
JrDP - Do you hope to play college baseball one day and if so, for whom?
JT - Yes, for the Clemson Tigers!...for more, click here.
Back to the future on Diamond Prospects...
Recently, Woodruff senior 3B Jason Taylor made a commitment to play baseball for Newberry College. (Published 11/9/2013)