2014 (Junior): Started and played in 54 of 58 games … Finished season with a career-best .284 batting average and 56 hits … Recorded 27 runs, six doubles, a triple and 22 RBIs … Walked 24 times … Had an on-base percentage of .360 … Tied for third on the team in batting average … Caught 16 stealing in 47 attempts, including executing one double play … Nearing the top-10 with 698 career putouts … Strung together a 10-game hit streak ranging from April 12 to April 27 … Complied 13 multi-hit games and three multi-RBI games … Tied a career-high with four runs and four hits against Mississippi Valley State on April 12 … Also posted his first triple in his career against MVSU on April 13 … Walked twice on three different occasions … Notched his first career stolen base against Old Dominion on April 26.
2013 (Sophomore): Batted .242 at the plate to go along with four home runs, 28 RBI and 21 runs scored…was named Sun Belt Player of the Week after helping lead his team to an upset of No. 2 Vanderbilt and the school’s first sweep of Louisiana … Finished the week with two home runs, nine RBI and a pair of game-winning hits in the sweep of the Ragin’ Cajuns ... Voted to the Valley League Baseball Second Team during his summer league stint with the Staunton Braves.
2012 (Freshman): Played in 27 games and started 20 of those ... Served as primary battery mate to Sun Belt Freshman of the Year Johnathan Frebis.
Hillgrove HS: Named to the 2010 Georgia Dugout Club All-Tournament Team … Earned Georgia High School Association All-Region honors twice as a catcher … Received honorable mention accolades in 2010 and a spot on the second team in 2009 … Led Hillgrove to the 4-AAAAA region title and runner-up of the GHSA state championship … Propelled the Hawks to a school-record 29 wins in his senior campaign … Played under head coach David Richardson at Hillgrove … Also played summer ball with the East Cobb Astros 17 and East Cobb Titans 16 … Named Titans’ 16U MVP.
Personal: Born March 1, 1993 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Son of Mike and Kim Adkins ... Major is undecided.