2005 (Junior): Outfielder who started the year in leftfield but an injury and prolonged batting slump limited his play in the second half of the season ... Batted .232 in 34 games with 28 starts ... Collected four home runs and 13 RBIs ... Collected seven hits in four games before being sidelined with a minor knee surgery, missing six games ... Went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, a homer and two RBIs on Saturday versus Ball State ... Had two hits, two RBIs and a run against Iowa in ScreenTech Wiregrass Classic ... Missed the next six games after arthroscopic knee surgery ... Returned as the designated hitter versus Jacksonville State ... Doubled, had two hits and two RBIs in Sunday contests against JSU ... Homered twice and drove in four runs in two games versus Southern Illinois ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and stole a base on Saturday at Southwest Missouri State ... Walked and scored a run in SBC opener at Arkansas-Little Rock ... Suffered through an 0-for-17 slump from March 25-April 12 ... Belted a solo homer at Western Kentucky for team's only run in Saturday loss ... Singled twice and scored two runs versus Memphis ... Singled as pinch-hitter on Sunday against South Alabama ... Singled in two at-bats in Saturday start versus Florida International ... Singled and scored in finale against New Mexico State.
2004 (Sophomore): Leftfielder who started 19 times and played in 31 contests ... Unlucky at the plate all season, batting just .224 despite hitting the ball hard a great majority of the time ... Walked and drove in a run in two games against IP-Fort Wayne ... Doubled and homered, driving in two runs at Southeastern Louisiana ... Doubled, tripled and drove in three runs at Belmont ... Doubled at Samford and scored a run versus Troy State ... Doubled and scored versus Louisiana-Lafayette ... Singled home the go-ahead run versus Lipscomb ... Singled as a pinch-hitter at South Alabama ... Doubled and singled versus Western Kentucky ... Singled home winning run in pinch-hitting role in 11-inning, 2-0 Friday victory at New Orleans ... Also scored the second run in the win ... Walked and struck out after entering the game in the sixth at Vanderbilt ... Drove in a run with a sac fly and lined out in championship game of Sun Belt Championships.
2003 (Freshman): Outfielder who struggled to find success at the plate in his limited opportunities ... Went 2-for-18 (.111) for the season with two starts, scoring four runs ... Started in season-opener versus Jacksonville State, scoring once ... Collected an RBI double at Tennessee Tech ... Scored a run at Belmont ... Also scored versus New Mexico State and Memphis.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in both football and baseball at Goodpasture HS ... Three-time All-District selection ... Named All-Midstate, All-State and District MVP as senior ... Holds GHS career records for batting average (.378), RBIs (118), runs scored and stolen bases, and second in home runs (27) ... Played on one state championship team, three district title squads and three district tournament championship squads ... Hit 62 career home runs between high school and summer ball from sophomore through senior season ... Finished third in AAU World Series as member of Twitty City after sophomore season and came in second as member of Shoetiques after junior year ... Three-time All-Region selection ... All-State honoree as junior and senior ... Named Region MVP, Team MVP, Mr. Football Finalist and All-Midstate Two-Way Player of the Year as senior ... Earned All-Midstate as sophomore and senior ... Played on three region championship teams and two state title squads ... Named Offensive MVP as sophomore and senior at Clinic Bowl ... Received National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Outstanding Student Athlete awards ... Named Nashville Sports Council Foundation Scholarship finalist ... Member of National Honor Society, Student Council and FCA ... Recognized Who's Who Among American High School Students ... Recognized Who's Who Among American High School Athletes ... Duke T.I.P. Delegate to Middle Tennessee Leadership Workshop.
Personal: Adam Chase Eakes ... Born October 2, 1983 ... Son of Phil and Clancy Eakes ... Majoring in Business Administration.