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01/02/19 - Washington safety Taylor Rapp has declared for the NFL draft, giving up his final year of eligibility after being a second-team AP All-America selection. Rapp's decision, announced on Wednesday, was expected after he received a high evaluation from the NFL College Advisory Committee. Rapp is expected to be an early-round selection. Rapp was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection the past two seasons and was the conference's defensive freshman of the year in 2016. He finished his junior season with 59 tackles, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions. Rapp did not play in the Rose Bowl due to a hip injury suffered in the Pac-12 championship game and his absence was felt in the 28-23 loss to Ohio State. Rapp went through pregame warmups but never took the field. - AP College Football
12/11/17 - 2017 ALL-PAC-12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Taylor Rapp, So., Washington,...Rapp, a sophomore from Bellingham, Wash., was the Pac-12's Defensive Freshman of the Year last season. In 2017, he notched 55 tackles, second-most on the team, for the conference's top defense. - Washington Football
11/30/16 - 2016 PAC-12 FRESHMAN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Taylor Rapp, DB, Washington: Rapp, a freshman from Bellingham, Wash., has played in all 12 games this season, starting the last seven as the teamís fifth defensive back. Heís fifth on the team with 42 tackles and second on the squad with two interceptions, both coming against USC. He contributed to a Washington secondary that was second in the Pac-12 against the pass, allowing 201.9 yards per game. - Pac-12 Football