New Chiefs OT Jawaan Taylor wearing his high school jersey number in Kansas City

One of the newest members of the Kansas City Chiefs is set to wear his high school jersey number with his new team.

Chiefs OT Jawaan Taylor officially inked his four-year deal on Thursday, tweeting out his excitement, but also revealing his jersey number with his new team.

“It’s Official,” he wrote. “Just Put The Pen To Paper! I’m Truly Grateful To Be Here & Have This Opportunity!”

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Taylor is set to wear the No. 74 jersey in Kansas City, which he last wore as a standout high school football player for Cocoa High School in Cocoa, Florida. That uniform number was last worn by Chiefs OT Geron Christian last season, but the most recent notable player to wear this number in Kansas City was Geoff Schwartz back in 2013.

At the University of Florida, Taylor wore the No. 65 jersey, which is worn by Chiefs RG Trey Smith. The No. 75 uniform that he’s worn his entire NFL career with the Jaguars is worn by second-year OL Darian Kinnard. A return to high school days should be a good change for Taylor, as he’s set to start a new chapter of his NFL career in Kansas City.

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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire