NEWARK -- Colton Taylor saw plenty of action for Newark in 2010, but he wasn't a starter.
Taylor thought he would start on at least one side of the ball as a senior this season, but he's done more than that.
"He hasn't missed one snap, on offense or defense, the whole season," Newark coach Gregg Forsythe said. "He is the only lineman that hasn't missed one play. He has been very consistent."
Taylor, who is 5-foot-11, 240 pounds, starts at offensive guard and defensive end.
"I had no idea I would play as much as I have," Taylor said. "To be honest, I thought I would start on offense. I wasn't used to playing that much, and it was hard at first.
"I had to adjust to it real quick, and once I got into the flow of the game, I knew what I had to do."
Taylor said the biggest adjustment has been going up against players who are fresh because they don't play both ways.
"The hardest part is when the game wears on and you start getting a little tired, but the guy you are going against is only playing offense or defense," Taylor said. "Most of the teams we play against don't have that many guys going both ways.
"Because of our numbers, it doesn't work out that way for us, but I don't mind."
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