Taylor currently serves as a play-by-play commentator for college football and college baseball. Working alongside ESPN college football analyst Greg McElroy, he is also a co-host on the show The First Team on ESPNU on SiriusXM. In addition, Taylor is the radio voice for golf’s major championships.
Growing up in Mobile, Alabama, Taylor began his broadcasting career as a sports reporter for WEAR TV in Pensacola, Fla. From there, he went on to host the Morning Show for Sports Radio 560 in Nashville, Tenn., before returning to Mobile where he served as the Program Director and Afternoon Host for Sports Radio 105.5 WNSP.
Taylor moved to North Carolina in 2004 as the Program Director and Morning Host for Triangle Sports Talk 1490/1090 in Raleigh/Durham. He later became the Sports Director for Curtis Media Group in Raleigh, while also hosting his own daily sports talk show. In January 2011, Taylor moved to Charlotte to join 610 WFNZ, as the host of The Drive each weekday afternoon.
Taylor graduated from Huntingdon College (Montgomery, AL) in 2000, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He lives in Charlotte with his wife and two daughters.