Committed to the University of Georgia before being drafted by the Padres in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft...Ranked as the No. 37 overall prospect in the 2014 FirstYear Player Draft...Participated in the 2013 Perfect Game All-American Classic…was tabbed as the No. 1 prospect in the PG Class of 2014 high school rankings...Was an OF/RHP prospect who attended Gainesville High School in Georgia.
Spent the entire season with El Paso (AAA) and was named an MiLB.com Organizational All-Star for SD...Tied his career high in games played (128, also: 2016) and set career-bests in at-bats (507), runs (97), total bases (262), 2B (29), HR (31), RBI (91), SLG (.517) and OPS (.822)...Led ELP hitters in games, AB, R, 2B, 3B (5), HR, RBI, total bases, SO (168) and was T-1st in hits (130) and SB (14)...His 168 SO were the most in the Pacific Coast League and he ranked 4th in at-bats and T-4th in games played...Hit in 11 straight games from June 13-25, going 19-for-50 for a .380/.426/.760 slash line...Played in 15 games for Indios de Mayaguez in the Puerto Rican Winter League, going 7-for-45 (.156) at the plate.
Spent the season with San Antonio (A) and was named a Texas League Mid-Season All-Star after accumulating 27 XBH, 33 RBI and 33 runs prior to the All-Star Game...In the TL All-Star Game, he went 0-for-1 at the plate with 4.0 innings in CF with 1 outfield assist...Appeared in 118 games (116 starts), most of which were in CF (79 in CF, 37 in RF)...His 160 SO were the most on the club and 2nd-most among TL hitters...Ranked 2nd on the club in games played (125) and SB (17), T-3rd in 2B (22) and 3B (3), 4th in at-bats (431) and RBI (53) and 5th in runs (51) and HR (15)...Hit 3-for-18 (.167) over 5 games in the Texas League playoffs with 1 R, 2 RBI, 1 BB and 2 SB...Played in 40 games for the Adelaide Bite in the Australian Baseball League during the offseason, hitting .290 (42-for145) with 28 XBH and 33 RBI.
Spent the entire regular season with Lake Elsinore (A), finishing the season ranking 7th in runs scored (84) among California League hitters...Earned CAL Player of the Week for the week ending on June 4 after going 11-for-18 (.611) at the plate from June 1-4…posted 3-straight 3-hit games, including a 3-homer game on June 2...His career-high 191 SO were the most among all Single-A hitters…also tallied a career-high 46 BB...Assigned to SA on September 6 for the Missions' postseason run, going 1-for-1 at the plate over 3 games...Tabbed as the No. 27 prospect in the Padres organization by Baseball America.
Split the season between Fort Wayne (A) and LE, setting career highs in hits (154), SB (33) and OBP (.363)…tied his career high in games played (128, also: 2019)...Named a Midwest League Mid-Season All-Star after recording a .304 AVG (78-for-257) over 68 games with 27 RBI, 37 R, 18 BB and 24 SB…made the start in RF...Posted a 14-game hitting streak from August 10-24, going 22-for-59 with a .373 AVG, 11 RBI and 11 runs scored...Following the season, named an MiLB.com Organizational All-Star for SD and was tabbed as an Arizona Fall League Rising Star for Peoria…went 11-for-70 with 7 XBH, 4 RBI, 8 R and 6 BB in the AFL...Rated as the Padres No. 8 prospect following the season by Baseball America.
Spent his entire 2015 campaign with FW where he ranked among team leaders in several categories, including 1st in at-bats (494) and runs (62), 2nd in SB (20), 3rd in 2B (27), 3B (6) and XBH (39), 4th in games (122), hits (114), RBI (44) and singles (75) and 5th in BB (28)...Named the MID Best Defensive Outfielder by Baseball America and tied for the MID lead with 21 outfield assists...His 162 SO led the league and finished tied for the 3rdmost in all of Single-A...His 6 3B were a career high...Got his first taste of postseason action for FW, going 1-for8 over 2 games with 1 RBI and 3 SO...Ranked as the Padres No. 10 prospect following the season by Baseball America.
Began his professional campaign with the AZL Padres (R), hitting .310 with 38 RBI and 29 runs in 52 games en route to being named an Arizona League Post-Season All-Star...Finished among AZL batting leaders, ranking 1st in hits (66), singles (50) and at-bats (213), 2nd in games (52) and RBI (50), T-4th in AVG (.310) and 6th in SLG (.437) and OPS (.790)...His .310 BA was the highest of his career (min. 200 AB)...Swiped a career-high 3 SB on July 7 vs. the AZL Diamondbacks...Tabbed as the Padres' No. 13 prospect after the season and as the AZL No. 8 prospect by Baseball America.