2015 (Junior): Rejoined the WCU Baseball team following the 2014 football season ... Played in 26 games on the season with nine starts including four in left field, three in center field and twice as the designated hitter … Hit .206 with seven base hits, all singles, while scoring nine runs … Laid down three sacrifice bunts and recorded four RBI … Stole his single-season best six bases coming in six different games … Collected a career-high two hits as the starting DH against Holy Cross (March 6), also plating a career-best two runs.
2013-14: Concentrated on football, playing as a running back, wide receiver, returner and finished his career back at the quarterback position ... Completed 6-of-7 passes for 38 yards as a senior, adding 138 rushing yards on 28 carries ... Added four punt returns for 10 total yards ... Finished with 176 yards of total offense and 148 all-purpose yards.
2012 (Freshman): Saw action in 24 games, all as either a pinch runner or defensive substitution ... Utilizing his speed, scored eight runs and finished with five stolen bases in six attempts ... Missed some action at mid-season due to his commitments to the Catamount Football program and spring drills ... Only saw six at bats with one sacrifice hit, hitting .167 with his first collegiate base hit coming against Iona (March 3) with a sixth inning, RBI single down the right field line ... Finished the Iona game with a career-best two RBI.
Prior to Western Carolina: Is a two-sport athlete and will play both football and baseball at WCU ... Named the 2010 Asheville Citizen-Times All-Western North Carolina Football Player of the Year after accounting for a WNC-record 55 touchdowns his senior year ... Set a Buncombe County record for passing yards in 2010, amassing 3,429 yards ... Selected to the NCPreps.com 3-A All-State football team as a quarterback ... An All-Mountain Athletic Conference (MAC) outfielder and catcher, was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 43rd round of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft ... On the diamond as a senior, hit a team-leading .449 with six home runs, four doubles and 13 RBI ... Stole 17 bases in 18 attempts ... Also played basketball as a prep.
Career Game Highs: At Bats: 5, APPALACHIAN STATE (4/21/15) Hits: 2, HOLY CROSS (3/6/15) Runs: 3, APPALACHIAN STATE (4/21/5) RBI: 2, twice (MR: HOLY CROSS, 3/6/15) Walks: 1, vs. Penn State (3/13/15) Hitting Streak: 2 games (3/3/15 - 3/6/15)