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Draft Scout Taylor Moton News
01/25/17 - 2017 SENIOR BOWL, WEDNESDAY: Several evaluators project Western Michigan's Taylor Moton (6-foot-5 3/8, 330 pounds) inside to guard, but he has held up well as an offensive tackle during practice. Moton started at right tackle his first two seasons in Kalamazoo before moving inside to guard as a junior and then back outside to right tackle as a senior, so he is experienced in both spots. A move inside to a smaller area will not help mask some of his issues, but he is a wide, well-built mover who can anchor and use his raw power to dominate rushers once he engages. Entering the week, Moton was viewed by scouts as a top-100 prospect, and that shouldn't change based on his practices so far. - Rob Rang & Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
12/20/16 - 2016 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Offensive Linemen - Taylor Moton, Western Michigan,...Taylor Moton and Chukwuma Okorafor have led a Bronco offensive line that was ranked No. 4 in the country by Pro Football Focus. Western Michigan leads the league in rushing at 247.3 yards per game, good for 13th overall in the country. The offensive line has allowed just 12 sacks this season, ninth fewest in the country. Last week the group was recognized by the Joe Moore Award as being a semifinalist for the best line in the country. This is the first time since 1976 the team has had two offensive linemen earn first-team honors. - Western Michigan Football
12/07/15 - 2015 ALL-MAC CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Offensive Lineman - Taylor Moton, Western Michigan...Moton has joined Beavers on the offensive line in starting every game, and led a Broncos ground game that is third in the conference and 35th in the country at 197.2 yards per game. Against Ohio this season, Western Michigan ran for 401 yards in the second half alone, the most in a single half this season. The Broncos are one of six teams nationally to have three different players that have rushed for 140 or more yards in a single game this year. - Western Michigan Football