Taylin has been with OzSwoosh Academy and sees team building in basketball as one of the most important and fulfilling aspects to the game.
He started in the OzSwoosh Rookies program and developed his skills.
Progressing fast he moved up to the Senior training program at age 14.
Now 16, Taylin continues to make strides in his basketball career, and made his schools 1st V team as a 15 year old.
Taylin talks about the importance of trust in building a basketball team.
He says he enjoys playing as a team and working hard as a team to help everyone improve.
Taylin recently completed his first year of representative basketball at a local association.
His association coach recently advised he was the only player in his team with versatility on left and right hands.
Inside OzSwoosh give our athletes an opportunity to share more about themselves with family, friends, teammates, followers and fans.
It also gives them media training and boosts confidence in their ability to speak and feel comfortable with who they are and what they represent.
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