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The nation's leading tackler and Western Illinois' single-season receiving record holder can't seem to get near the postseason all-star ball.
To date, WIU linebacker Brett Taylor and receiver Jaelon Acklin have yet to get any postseason all-star showcase Taylor, who grew up in Macomb and was a regular at WIU practices from a young age, was the nation's leader in tackles (162), stops per game (13.5) and assisted tackles (96).
A 2016 STATS FCS All-American and three-time All-MVFC honoree, Taylor concluded his Western career with 469 tackles and 266 solo stops, which are each the third-most in school history, respectively.
His 203 career assisted tackles rank fourth in program history. native finished the season second in the nation in receiving yards (1,369), fifth in receiving yards per game (114.1), seventh in total touchdowns (14), ninth in all-purpose yards per game (135.33), 11th in receptions per game (7.0) and 14th in receiving scores (10).
Taylor's 90 assisted tackles this year are the third-most in a single season in program history.
"The scouts visit almost every school in the country where players have been graded by the National Scouting Service.Hopefully they do receive some invite because both are deserving."It's also disappointing for the program.Not only are the postseason bowls an honor and exposure for the players, but the program as well.In 2006 he received the highest honor given to a Google Employee, the Founders' Award, in recognition of his contributions.A senior from Macomb, Taylor tops the nation in tackles (150), tackles per game (13.6) and assisted stops (90), respectively.