Coming off a stellar high school career and four consecutive Class 1A State titles, Taylor Roberts came to Tallahassee from Sneads, Fla. Roberts was a crucial part of a historic run at Sneads High School, where they are currently tied for the third longest championship run in FHSAA history. Roberts’ senior class never lost a set to a 1A team, and only saw 22 losses in four years. She finished her career with 1,126 digs, a .266 hit percentage, and 348 aces paired with a 22.3 ace percentage. Roberts picked up a number of individual awards as well, as she was named Player of the Match 14 times in her four years at Sneads. Prior to high school, Roberts competed in the 2013 USA High Performance Championship as a member of Team Florida.
As a sophomore, she was named to the 2015 USA Volleyball A-I National Team. She was named to the AVCA Phenom list in 2016, alongside FSU classmate Morgan Chacon. Roberts also received an Under Armour All-American honorable mention in her final season. Roberts comes from a long bloodline of volleyball players, as her mother, Sheila Roberts, led Sneads High School to five state championships as head coach, and will now coach for Florida High while maintaining her position as the co-director for ProStyle Volleyball Academy. Taylor Roberts follows right behind her older sister, Ashlyn, who also played for Sneads and currently plays for South Alabama.