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February 5, 2010The 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.
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