Senior Year, 17 years old (2016-17):

  • Finished senior season with 47 catches, 691 yards, 9 TDs. This gave him career stats of 175 catches, 2781 yards and 24 receiving TDs (ALL of which are school records).
  • 2016 Texas Sportswriters Association All-State WR (honorable mention).
  • Waco Tribune Herald Week 9 Offensive Honor Roll. 7 catches, 127 yards, 2 TDs against Rockdale.
  • Waco Tribune-Herald Week 8 Offensive Honor Roll. 6 catches, 124 yards, 1 TD against Jarrell.
  • Andrew was named to Lone Star Gridiron’s 2016 3A Pre-Season All-State Team.
  • Named 1st Team All-District Wide Receiver for the THIRD straight year.
  • Named to the “Centex 25” by the Waco Tribune-Herald. This is a list of the top 25 senior football prospects in Central Texas.
  • Honorable mention Super Centex.
  • All-State Academic Team.

Junior Year, 16 years old (2015-16):

  • Andrew finished the full season (11 games) with a school record 82 catches for a school record 1372 yards. He also scored 11 TDs. You can see his Junior Year Highlights here.
  • Andrew finished the regular season (10 games) as the TOP RECEIVER in Central Texas in yards (1236) and catches (73) across all divisions. Here is the clipping from the Waco Tribune-Herald:
  • 2015 Padilla Poll First Team All-State WR.
  • Named 2015 Super Centex First Team WR. This is a prestigious award that covers all classifications (2A-6A) in the Central Texas area.
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  • 2015 Associated Press All-State WR (honorable mention).
  • 2015 Texas Sportswriters Association All-State WR (honorable mention).
  • 2015 All ESPN Central Texas Team, First Team WR.
  • Unanimously voted 1st Team All-District WR.
  • Andrew was named to Juniors to watch: Class of 2017’s Top Centex recruits put out by the Waco Tribune-Herald.
  • 2015 Offensive MVP for McGregor football.
  • TWO-TIME Waco Tribune-Herald Offensive Player of the Week!
  • Waco Tribune-Herald Honor Roll:
    • Week 1 (offense – POW) – 8 catches, 216 yards rec., 2 TDs
    • Week 2  (defense) – 2 INTs, 3 tackles, 1 TFL
    • Week 3  (offense) – 8 catches, 130 yards rec.
    • Week 4  (offense) – 8 catches, 99 yards rec., 1 TD
    • Week 5  (offense) – 9 catches, 107 yards rec., 1 TD
    • Week 6  (offense) – 7 catches, 108 yards rec.
    • Week 8 (offense) – 6 catches, 88 yards rec., 2 TDs
    • Week 10 (offense) – 3 catches, 103 yards rec.
  • 2-way starter and leader of McGregor’s 7-on-7 team that qualified for the state tournament and advanced in the championship bracket. At the state tournament Andrew had 43 catches, 12 TDs and 5 INTs in 5 games. See Andrew’s 2015 7-on-7 highlight video here.
  • Andrew was named to the Central Texas Prospects 2015 Preseason All Centex Team.  He was named to the 1st Team Offense as a  Wide Receiver.
  • District champion in tennis (boys doubles).  Third place at regionals. Team MVP.
  • Received the McGregor High School Academic Excellence Award.

Sophomore Year, 15 years old (2014-15):

  • 2-way starter for McGregor (WR and Safety).  Also returned punts and kickoffs. See Andrew’s sophomore highlight video here.
  • Finished the 2014 football season with 36 catches for 535 yards and 4 TDs. He had 59 tackles, 3 INTs and 4 fumble recoveries on defense.
  • 1st Team All-District WR, Honorable Mention All-District defensive back.
  • Padilla Poll Honorable Mention All-State WR.
  • Named to the 60th Annual Super Centex Football Team as Honorable Mention Wide Receiver. Waco Trib article.
  • Named to Scout’s 2017 Watch.
  • Invited to–and attended–the Rivals Speed & Skill Challenge in Houston, Texas, on 3.28.2015.  He competed against some of the top DB prospects in this part of the country and more than held his own. See video highlights HERE.
  • Named to the Waco Tribune-Herald’s Central Texas Offensive Honor Roll for his role in McGregor’s victory over Grandview on 9.26.2014 in which he caught 2 passes for 84 yards and a TD and had many excellent blocks.  See TD catch here.
  • Named to the Waco Tribune-Herald’s Central Texas Offensive Honor Roll for his role in McGregor’s victory over Hillsboro on 10.31.2014 in which he caught 3 passes for 85 yards and a TD.  See TD catch here.
  • Named to the Waco Tribune-Herald’s Central Texas Offensive Honor Roll on 11.9.2014 for his 6 catch/110 yard/1 TD performance against Glen Rose. See highlights of this game here.
  • Integral part of McGregor’s state-qualifying 7-on-7 team, starting both ways at WR and Safety. See Andrew’s 2014 7-on-7 highlight video HERE. Also, see a local TV news story on McGregor’s 7-on-7 team HERE in which Andrew was mentioned.
  • Mentioned as a pre-season prospect at WR for McGregor High School in Dave Campbell’s 2014 Texas Football. McGregor ranked #20 in the 3A Div. 1 pre-season rankings.
  • Listed as both 2014 Projected Underclassman of the Year and as a Third Team Offense WR (all divisions combined) in the Central Texas 2014 Preseason Football All-American Team compiled/published by
  • For the second year in a row, Andrew received the Coaches Award at McGregor’s Fall Sports Banquet.
  • Advanced to the state team tennis tournament as part of McGregor’s tennis team. Played singles and doubles.
  • Advanced to the regional tennis tournament in Boys Doubles during the regular tennis season.
  • First Team All-District Tennis.
  • Part of McGregor’s District Champion 4x400m relay team that qualified for area and regionals.
  • Texas Track & Field Coaches Association Academic All-State Track & Field Team 2015.
  • Inducted into the National Honor Society.
  • Received the McGregor High School Academic Excellence Award.

Freshman Year, 14 years old (2013-14):

  • Member of the varsity football team for his entire freshman year, with increased playing time throughout the season. Team finished 11-2 and advanced to the regional championship. See Andrew’s freshman highlight video HERE.
  • Waco Tribune-Herald Honorable Mention Central Texas Defensive Player of the Week for week ending 11/9/13.
  • Leading receiver in our 11/29/13 regional finals playoff game versus Hallettsville. 6 catches, 92 yards, 15.3 YPC. story.
  • Honorable Mention All-District at Safety.
  • Part of McGregor’s state-qualifying 7-on-7 team (varsity) during the end of his 8th grade year and summer between 8th-9th grades. See Andrew’s 2013 7-on-7 highlight video HERE.
  • Received the Coaches Award at McGregor’s Fall Sports Banquet.
  • See Andrew’s 2013 varsity football highlight video HERE.
  • Led district-winning JV basketball squad in scoring.
  • Varsity track. 54.14 400m. Ran on the area-qualifying 4x400m relay team with an unofficial 53.8 split at district meet.
  • Varsity tennis. Regional qualifier.
  • Was a top 5 receiver at the 5/18/2014 National Underclassmen Combine in Plano, TX. Video HERE. Position coach stated that he was the “most aggressive”, “most physical” and “most confident” receiver at the combine. Verified testing results HERE.
  • Because of his outstanding performance at the NUC combine, Andrew was selected to attend their Ultimate 100 Elite Camp. Due to a conflict with a church mission trip, he was unable to attend. Andrew was also invited to NUC’s Ultimate 100 Top Prospect Rising Stars Camp held at the University of Oklahoma, but was again unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict.
  • Great write-up on the Baylor 247sports 5-19-2014 Recruiting Roundup HERE (must be a member to read it)
  • Fantastic write-up on the Baylor 5-28-2014 Recruiting Roundup HERE (must be a member to read it).
  • Excellent mention on Baylor’s site on 5-30-2014. The full article can be seen HERE (must be a member to read it).
  • Received the McGregor High School Academic Excellence Award.

8th Grade, 13 years old (2012-13):

  • Football Stats (9 games):
    • 2 Games w/ 100+ receiving yards (high = 126 yards)
    • 22 Catches
    • 562 Receiving Yards
    • 25.6 Yards per Catch
    • 62.6 Receiving Yards per Game
    • 7 Receiving TDs
    • 123 Yards on 15 rushing attempts
    • 8.2 Yards per Carry
    • 5 Rushing TDs
  • See 8th grade football highlight video HERE

Information on Andrew Taylor, Wide Receiver, Class of 2017