Draft insider Tony Pauline says to pencil in Boise State CB Jamar Taylor to the Falcons at pick No. 30.
Draft insider Tony Pauline has been told that several teams thinking about selecting a corner in the late first-round "will not consider taking any prospect at the position unless they are at least 6-feet tall."
The Falcons worked out Boise State CB Jamar Taylor on Saturday.
Bears beat writer Dan Pompei surveyed numerous NFL front office members and came away with the conclusion that 13 CBs could go in the top two rounds.
Redskins beat writer Tarik El-Bashir suggests Boise State's Jamar Taylor, Oregon State's Jordan Poyer, and Miss St.'s Darius Slay as three CBs the team could target in the second or third round.
The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport keeps hearing Boise State CB Jamar Taylor's name while attending Senior Bowl week.
CBS Sports' Dane Brugler tweeted that Boise State senior CB Jamar Taylor is a "top-100" player and "rising."
SI's Tony Pauline labeled Boise State senior CB Jamar Taylor a "riser" following his week four performance against BYU.