A Washington native, Taylor Rapp attended Sehome High School, where as a senior, earned USA Today All-State First-Team, Associated Press 2A All-State First-Team, earned a spot on the All-USA Western Washington First Team as a defensive back, and played on the USA National Teams at the youth level, to name a few. He went on to play college football at The University of Washington, where he started the first 13 games of the 2018 season. In 2019, he was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the NFL Draft. Most recently, Rapp became a Super Bowl LVI Champion with the Rams! Off the field, Taylor is an AAPI advocate too. He's a Chinese-American whose mission is to become a role model for young Asian Americans who want to play football. Most recently after the many attacks on Asian Americans, Taylor launched an NFT collection, where a portion of sales were donated towards the AAPI Community Fund. "It's about gaining a platform that will help inspire a generation of Chinese and Asian American kids. I don't want to be just an answer to a trivia question; I just want to inspire and have a real impact."
Favorite food is steak and potatoes
Proposed to his now fiancé, Dani Johnson, after he won the Super Bowl in 2022