Kelvin Taylor

If you're an NFL fan, you know the name Fred Taylor, the hard nosed running back who played most of his career for the Jacksonville Jaguars. His son, Kelvin Taylor, is now a high school football player who is looking to follow in his father's footsteps. If you're a fan of the Taylors or just want to track a good young football player's progress, Kelvin now has a free app that is currently exclusive to the Android platform.

The app is divided into four sections:

  • HS Football: provides news and analysis pertaining to the biggest high school football stars and the college recruiting process
  • Twitter: Shows Kevlin Taylor's Twitter stream @ImKelvinTaylor
  • Video Footage: Gives users access to video footage of both Kelvin and his father Fred
  • Photos: Organizes various football photos of Kelvin

What's interesting to note is that Kelvin decided to release the app on Android first, though the iPhone version is 'coming soon'. If you're a huge high school football fan or want progress on Fred Taylor's son, find the link to the app after the break.

 
There are 12 comments

etnpnys says:

This is seriously a genius idea.

Gekko says:

WTF? what's next a reality show?

PensHockey says:

F-ing stupid.

rjfarrow says:

This kid is smart. In HS and already marketing himself and getting his name out there for the scouts. Whether he ends up being any good or not this was an ingenious move on his part.

tschmitt300 says:

That's nothing...I'm releasing an app in the near future that will give you access to ME 24/7! Follow me as I:

- Eat breakfast
- Drive to and from work
- Sit at my computer writing code and administering databases

The PRO version of the app will give you live video streaming as I do these things, as well as premium access to me and my most private thoughts!

Come on guys...PAY ATTENTION TO MEEEE!!!!

kingtz says:

tl;dr

All you needed to say was,"I have b00bi3s" and I'd have subscribed right away!

I'm sorry, when exactly did Fred Taylor become an NFL "Great"?

illdini says:

Is this app allowed under NCAA rules?

Zameus says:

I don't think it applies. The app was developed while he's still in HS. I don't see the difference in this app and using a Blog.

muddy13 says:

Hopefully this kid stays healthier than his father...man he killed me one year in fantasy football.

mrazzino says:

Yesssssss! We got an app before iOS!!

CharlieL3 says:

I can't think of anything less interesting than this.