Ole Miss, Tigers Tangle At Triple-A Park Tuesday Night
JUNIOR COLLEGE: Lettered two years at Shelton State Community College under head coach Tommy Sprowl ... Hit .320 for his career with 56 RBI and 88 runs scored ... Helped lead Shelton State to a state and regional championship in 2012 ... Named an All-State and All-Region selection ... Also named to the regional All-Tournament team ... Set the career record for stolen bases at Shelton State (60) ... As a senior, hit .330 with 30 RBI and 48 runs scored ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered two years at Hillcrest High School under head coach Todd Agee ... Twice named team Defensive Player of the Year ... Hit .325 for his career at Hillcrest ... Also lettered three years in football ... Named a first team All-State selection for Class 6A ... Led the state in receptions and yards as a senior ... Named to the Super 11 by the Tuscaloosa News ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Son of Thomas and Julie Wilson ... Has a brother, Bryant, and a sister, Courtney ... Played summer ball with Tuscaloosa Baseball and finished third in the AAU National Championship ... Father, Thomas, played baseball with the Cincinnati Reds organization ... Brother, Bryant, played baseball at Mississippi Gulf Coast ... Cousin, Ross Wilson, played baseball at Alabama and with the Chicago White Sox organization ... Uncle, Parker Wilson, played baseball at Livingston University and with the Red Sox organization ... Cousin, John Parker Wilson, played football at Alabama and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization ... Cousin, John David Smelser, played baseball at Alabama.
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