Married, wife's name is Anna Claire...Attended Mississippi State University and New Braunfels (TX) HS.
Named the Orioles Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year after slashing .265/.355/.496 (144-for-544) with 39 doubles, three triples, 27 homers, 96 runs scored, 106 RBI, 70 walks and 12 stolen bases in 138 games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk...Led Orioles Minor Leaguers in doubles, extra-base hits (69), total bases (270) and RBI; finished second in the organization in hits and home runs...After being promoted to the Tides on 6/6, he led the International League with 74 RBI, tied for the league lead with 25 doubles, while also ranking second in the IL with 46 extra-base hits, 184 total bases and 64 runs scored through the end of the season...Became the first O’s minor leaguer with 100+ RBI in a season since Jason Fransz drove in 111 for Single-A Delmarva in 2005...Finished the year ranked as the No. 5 prospect in Baltimore's farm system, according to MLB Pipeline, and No. 6 according to Baseball America; ended the season ranked as the No. 76 overall prospect by MLB Pipeline and No. 89 by Baseball America...Enters the 2023 season ranked as the No. 74 overall prospect in baseball by MLB Pipeline and No. 76 by Baseball America.
Appeared in 112 games across three levels in his first season of professional baseball...Slashed .285/.389/.479 (121-for424) with 15 home runs, 27 doubles, 79 RBI, and 17 stolen bases...Earned Low-A East Player of the Week honors for the week of 5/18-23 after hitting .526 (10-for-19) with two doubles, a home run, five RBI, and two stolen bases...Participated in the team's Fall Instructional League camp at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla...Ranked as the Orioles No. 6 prospect according to MLB Pipeline's end of season rankings...Named an MiLB.com Organization All-Star.
Participated in the team’s Fall Instructional League camp at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla...Did not play during the regular season, because of the cancellation of the minor league season due to the COVID-19 pandemic...Ranked as the No. 10 Orioles prospect according to Baseball America’s mid-season update.