By Barefoot With a Sandeel As she walks barefoot through the jungle, it’s hard to imagine a better time to get into the game than when she’s in the right place at the right time.
It’s just a matter of time before she makes the jump to a different level of play, like a pro player.
“If you’re doing a little bit of work with the ball in your hands, it becomes more and more natural to do that.
You can really get away with it and get the ball to go in a certain way,” said Taylor.
“I’ve never played as a pure shooter, but I think a lot of people get away from the basics.
When you’re playing that position, there’s so much freedom, and you’re free to be creative with your shot.”
With so much room to play in, it can be hard to find the right ball placement for a player to take advantage of.
This isn’t a new problem for Taylor, who’s been working on improving her footwork since the age of 12.
“It’s not just that you have to be precise with your shots,” she said.
“You have to have a little more grace and timing.
It doesn’t mean you have no power or strength.
You have to do your part.”
As a young player, Taylor would take a long time to find her shot.
“When I first started, I didn’t have the confidence to make a shot, because I was so raw.
It was so hard,” she explained.
“But now, I have more confidence in my ability.
I think that’s the big thing with the game: you need to be willing to do what you need.
“As a pro, you need an extra step. “
There’s always going to be a point where you get to a point of where you need that extra step,” she added.
“As a pro, you need an extra step.
If you can just find that extra second, you’ll be good.”
With her foot, Taylor’s confidence has never been higher.
Now, it will be even higher.