Thomas Taylor has found a new home (with some old team mates) with Los Angeles Infamous.

At the end of the 2015 season, Taylor was let go from Houston Heat along with a number of other players. From the start Heat may not have been the best fit for Taylor, if you are a pro paintball player and looking to get playing time joining a team as stacked as Heat, may not be a good decision. Thus Taylor rarely saw the field. He did however get more playing time when the team was away in Europe playing the Millennium Series. During his limited points he did however play well, something that Infamous apparently liked.

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At the end of the 2015 season Infamous was left with a big hole in their roster, they lost their most important player, Alex Goldman. Goldman left for Edmonton Impact. Can Taylor fill Goldman’s shoes, and develop kills out of the snake position? Probably not, Taylor is not nearly as athletic as he used to be or as Goldman is.

Taylor is probably going to be better used as a support role to Ninios or Resser. The first event isn’t to far off and time will tell.



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