Graduated from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla...Committed to play collegiately at the University of Miami prior to signing with the Rockies...Led Stoneman Douglas to their first state title and the No. 1 national ranking his senior season...named the Sun Sentinel 2016 Florida Player of the Year.
Named to Colorado’s 2020 player pool and spent the 60-game shortened season at the alternate training site in Denver...Batted .438 (7-for-16) with three runs, two doubles, three RBI, six walks and one strikeout in 11 Spring Training games.
Made his Double-A debut for Hartford and was named a Mid-Season All-Star after slashing .277/.331/.455 in the first half...Attended his first Major League Spring Training, batting .526 (10-for-19) with three runs scored, one double, two home runs and seven RBI across 11 games for the Rockies...On the seven-day injured lsit July 18-Aug. 14 with a left shoulder injury...Played for the Salt River Rafters of the Arizona Fall League, where he batted .229 (19-for-83) with seven RBI.
Named a Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star while leading the California League in batting average (.333) and his (151)...Set career highs in games played (114), double (32), home runs (13), RBI (82) and walks (42). Ranked fourth in the league in RBI (82), fifth in OPS (.872), sixth in on-base percentage (.383), tied for sixth in total bases (222) and tied for eight in doubles (32)...His .333 batting average was the highest in all of High-A...hit safely in 45 of his final 48 games, including a league-long 20-game hitting streak July 12-Aug. 10...
Missed two months due to injury, but slashed .350/.401/.500 in 67 games with Low-A Asheville...Batted .408 (40-for-98) with four home runs in 25 games in May...named the South Atlantic League Player of the Week May 21, after batting .478 (11-for-23) with five doubles and two home runs in six games...Placed on the disabled list June 16 and was reinstated Aug. 24...appeared in nine games after being reinstated.
Named a Pioneer League Mid-Season All-Star and MiLB.com Organization All-Star in his first professional season...Batted .329 (69-for-210) with 15 doubles, two triples, 15 home runs and 36 RBI in 51 games with Rookie Level Grand Junction...Hit safely in each of his frist 11 professional games.