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February 3, 2012 at 12:27 PM

Tatum Taylor runs blistering 60 meters

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O’Dea junior Tatum Taylor had a big day last Saturday, running the 60 meters at the UW Invitational in 6.79 seconds, which is the fastest indoor time in the nation this year.

He was competing against college athletes.

Click here for link to the national leaders.

Taylor, who recently picked up an offer to play football at Wyoming, will be getting some major attention for his track accomplishments, but is also an impressive football player. He should end up a two-sport athlete at the Division I level.

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