The Arizona Cardinals have added a second running back in the draft, selecting Clemson's Andre Ellington in the sixth round.
Arizona used its fifth-round pick on Stanford's Stepfan Taylor and followed up by getting Ellington with the 187th overall pick.
The 5-foot-9, 199-pound Ellington was first-team All-ACC after finishing with 1,081 yards rushing, 232 more receiving...
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Stanford RB Stepfan Taylor
Green Bay Packers NFL Draft prospect profile: RB Stepfan Taylor
Stepfan Taylor, RB Stanford
5-9, 214 pounds
Hometown: Arlington, TX
40 time: 4.76
Bench press: 17 reps
Vertical leap: 30.0 inches
20-yard shuttle: 4.50
News and Notes:
Leaves Stanford as the career leader in rushing yards (4,300), touchdowns (45) and 100...
I don't know what it is.I don't watch much college football, but during the run up to bowl season, one of the backs that jumped out at me was Stepfan Taylor.It seemed like every time I watched, he was playing with a blend of speed and power. He has a level of talent that makes me believe he can perform as an NFL running back.Still, initial gut reactions aren't always...
Stanford running back Stepfan Taylor spoke with FOX Sports NEXT following practice at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.
In the post-game locker room, offensive player of the game Stepfan Taylor was all about his team. Stanford's all-time leading rusher was once again the Cardinal's chain-moving workhorse in crunch-time, earning him the 2013 Rose Bowl's offensive MVP award. Our inconsistent passing game allowed the Badgers to stack up on #33, but he provided some highlight reel efforts...
Stepfan Taylor ran for a career-high 189 yards and one touchdown, and No. 22 Stanford overwhelmed rival California 21-3 on Saturday for its third straight Big Game victory.
In the 115th meeting between the Bay Area schools and the first at remodeled Memorial Stadium, the sunny and serene Strawberry Canyon setting might have been Cal's best highlight. The Cardinal outgained the...
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October 20, 2012
Notre Dame beat Stanford 20-13 on Saturday after the referees reviewed a 4th and goal play in overtime and ruled that Cardinal running back Stepfan Taylor was short of the goal line.
The Cardinal handed the ball to Taylor, who had 28 carries for 102 yards, on their final play of the game. After initially appearing to be stuffed in the backfield, Taylor kept moving and wiggled his...
The Stanford running back, Stepfan Taylor, talks following the loss to Washington...
Stepfan Taylor seemed to play beyond himself in Stanford’s 21-14 upset of USC on Saturday. The book on Taylor is that while he is a hard-nosed, low-to-the-ground runner with good vision and excellent balance, he’s not really a threat to run by too many defenses. Yet there he was ripping off a 59-yard, first-quarter touchdown [...]
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Week 3 College Football had plenty of highlights. To choose just two was dang near impossible. Unathletic sifted through some quality plays (i.e. Notre Dame’s John Goodman’s TD catch) and simply decided to go with the two runs you’re about to witness after the jump.
My explanation for the two: Brandon Bigelow’s run is just disgusting. It may be the highlight of the Week...