Leeds' young trio met up with the boxer before Thursday night's home kit launch.
Leeds' finest met on Thursday night as EBU Featherweight champion Josh Warrington was pictured with Leeds United's stars ahead of the club's new home kit launch.
And they also met the 24-year-old champion boxer.
All four are examples of some of the finest talent Leeds has to offer. Mowatt is one of the club's most talented midfielders and scored several impressive goals for the Whites during last season's Championship campaign. Taylor, meanwhile, showed himself as a capable left-back and left-winger at Elland Road, while Byram showed the exact same and caught the attention of many down the right-hand side for United.
The quartet will no doubt be looking to continue their success and represent Leeds in the coming months and years, despite continual speculation over the futures of the likes of Mowatt and Byram.
Meanwhile, Leeds' first pre-season friendly takes place later tonight against Harrogate Town, where Uwe Rosler has confirmed he will be looking to try out two different teams in each half.