Hall of Fame security Ed Reed prowled the Ravens’ secondary for 11 years. Now, 11 years after his last season, Reed’s cousin might do the identical.

The Ravens hosted Air Force security Trey Taylor on an official 30 go to Wednesday on the Under Armour Performance Center.

Taylor gained final season’s Jim Thorpe Award, given to the highest defensive again in faculty soccer. The award considers efficiency on the sector, athletic capability, and character.

A primary-team All-Mountain West choice, Taylor recorded 71 tackles, three interceptions, together with one returned for a landing, and 4 passes defensed.

Taylor posted an general Pro Football Focus grade of 82.6 and was credited with permitting simply 18 receptions on 31 targets with a mean of 10.1 yards per reception. The 6-foot-0, 210-pound senior was a three-year starter who netted six profession interceptions.

He additionally gained the Defender of the Nation Award, given to a school soccer participant from one of many service academies based mostly on distinctive management qualities, efficiency on and off the sector, and a excessive customary of integrity.

At his professional day final week, Taylor ran the 40-yard sprint in 4.53 seconds and posted a ten.3-foot broad bounce and 37.5-inch vertical leap, per The Gazette.

The Ravens could possibly be out there for a security within the draft after Geno Stone went to Cincinnati in free company.