SC 2021 Most Viewed Player Profiles: #7 Will Taylor

Sammy Esposito
PBR SC Director of Scouting

With 2021 coming to a close we begin to take a look at the most viewed player profiles in South Carolina over the last year. PBR continues to be a go-to source of information for college coaches and pro-scouts. All Major League Organizations and over 800 colleges are subscribed to PBR services. Coaches and scouts can go to a players profile page and see player video as well as advanced analytics. With all the information provided it allows coaches and scouts to get an idea of who the player is as well as track their progress throughout their careers. 


PBR will see profile hits go over 12 million in 2021 with an average of over 1 million hits per month. Some of the most popular ways to a player profile page are event pages, tournament pages, player search, news articles and rankings. Over the next few weeks we will highlight the 15 most viewed profiles of 2021 in South Carolina. 

Most Viewed Player Profiles in SC

No. 7: Will Taylor

This high level athlete has a chance to step in play right away for the Clemson Tigers this spring.  Not only a star on the baseball field but also on the football field, as he was excelling this fall before a season ending surgery.  On the diamond Will shows elite hand speed with the bat and the ability to use his speed to fly around the field.  Had a chance to be a good draft pick last summer but chose to head to Clemson, will be a fun one to follow in the future! 

Will Taylor

Class of 2021 / OF

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2021
  • Primary Position: OF
    Secondary Position: 2B
  • High School: Dutch Fork
    State: SC
  • Summer Team: Diamond Devils 16u - Scheno
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 170lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Scouting Report


A premium athlete, Taylor is committed to Clemson to play baseball and slot receiver for the national powerhouse. Given his status in football, it would be easy to excuse any rawness to his game, but he has done nothing but hit top pitching this summer. His fast hands allow the ball to jump off his barrel against premium velocity. The swing has a little length to it now, but is loose and will only improve with more reps. He has strength now with plenty more to come in his lean, 5-foot-10, 165-pound frame. He is a plus runner, turning in 60 times around 6.5-6.6 this summer.