Taylor Love

Taylor Love is a Shreveport native, graduating from C.E. Byrd High School in 2012 where he played both baseball and soccer. He received both a baseball and an academic scholarship offer from Louisiana Tech, a Division 1 college located in Ruston, Louisiana where he went on to play 4 years with the Bulldogs from 2012 - 2016. He graduated in 2015 with a Finance degree, and he completed his Master's in Business Administration (MBA) in 2016 on a dual undergraduate and graduate academic track.

Love played Shortstop throughout his career with a little time at Second base. He earned All-Conference Honors in 2014 and 2015, and he was voted hardest worker by his teammates all 4 years in Ruston. During Love's senior year in 2016, he helped lead the Bulldogs to their first Regional appearance in almost 30 years, where they came in second place in the Regional Championship behind Mississippi State. In 2020, Love was one of 9 players named to the Louisiana Tech Baseball All-Decade Team.

After completing 4 years at Louisiana Tech, Love played two summers of Minor League baseball in the Frontier League. In 2017 in his off-season, Taylor started what would later become 643 Training with just a handful of athletes. By the end of the off-season he was coaching over 100 athletes each week. After his final season of playing baseball in 2018, Love began to expand 643 Training with more and different types of classes as his full-time job. October of 2023 marked 6 years of business.

In 2021 Taylor married the love of his life, Faith Love, who, upon request, works separately with players on speed/agility and strength training. Taylor and Faith have one son. Taylor has watched the athletes that he has coached over the last 6 years excel in their play as a result of his carefully developed program. Taylor structures the program to meet the needs of all levels of players and continues to enjoy the game of baseball by instilling knowledge and insights of the game he loves to all those he coaches.