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Name: Chabastin Taylor 
College: Kansas State     Number: 13
Height: 6-3   Weight: 220
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.50
   40 Time: 4.59
  40 High: 4.65
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Height: 6031
Weight: 220

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Chabastin Taylor, Kansas State, Player News


  Chabastin Taylor likely will be available to play for Kansas State in Saturday's season opener versus Stanford. How many plays he'll actually be on the field, though, still is up in the air. "We envision him playing," K-State head coach Chris Klieman said during his weekly press conference Tuesday. "But we have some depth at wide receiver, so I'm not worried (like), 'Oh shoot, we're in trouble. We've got to play him 45 snaps a game right now,' because I don't think he's at that phase." Taylor, a senior wideout, is a key piece of the Wildcats' offense. He led K-State receivers in receptions (19), receiving yards (293) and yards per game (29.3) last season. (He ranked third on the team overall in those three categories, trailing running back Deuce Vaughn and tight end Briley Moore.) But the 6-foot-4, 220-pound Taylor has been limited since the 2020 campaign wrapped up.

He had surgery shortly after the season that sidelined him for the entirety of spring practice and a portion of this year's preseason camp. Last week, Klieman said that he didn't expect Taylor would have a "full load of 60 plays or 45 plays" against the Cardinal. That meant, he said, other receivers will have to step up. Offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham said much the same earlier in camp, when he pointed out Taylor still "is a work in progress" as he returns from surgery. "We've got to find five, six or seven wide receivers who can play and travel every week," Messingham said during a post-practice press conference Aug. 16. - Manhattan Mercury


(DS#215 WR) Sr/2022 WR Chabastin TaylorKansas State
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