2005 (Freshman): Catcher who played in 19 games with nine starts, seeing significant time in mid-April because of an injury to starter Michael McKenry ... Batted .282 with three doubles, eight RBIs and four runs scored ... Also had five walks ... Threw out 25 percent of runners (4 of 16) ... Went 5-for-17 (.294) with three RBIs in seven games, four starts, in Sun Belt games ... Doubled, scored and drove in a run off the bench versus Iowa ... Went 0-for-1 in first start of season, versus Southeastern Louisiana ... Singled as pinch-hitter versus Tennessee Tech ... Started eight straight games from April 10-20 after an injury to McKenry ... Went 2-for-4 with two RBIs on Sunday versus New Orleans ... Had three hits, two doubles and four RBIs versus Austin Peay ... Walked twice and scored a run against Belmont ... Singled in all three games at Western Kentucky and drove in a run on Friday ... Singled and scored in first game versus Memphis ... Went 0-for-1 in only at-bat at 18th-ranked Louisiana-Lafayette ... Hitless in two at-bats versus South Alabama in Sun Belt Tournament championship game.
High School: Four-year starter for coach Buddy Powers at Riverdale HS ... Three-time All-District selection ... Two-time TBCA Showcase participant and member of Team Tennessee in 2002-03 ... Three-time All-Area pick and TSWA All-State as junior ... Batted .331 with nine home runs, 48 RBIs and 14 doubles as junior ... Hit .352 with two home runs and 27 RBIs as senior, earning Third-Team All-Midstate from the Tennessean ... Named to Street & Smith's top players for 2004 ... Three-year letterwinner in football, earning Blue Cross Bowl Most Valuable Defensive Player as sophomore.
Personal: Boyd Alex-ander Watson ... Son of Neal and Somboun Watson ... Born March 4, 1986 ... Undecided major ... Alex is a classical pianist.