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Made six appearances at the dish, hitting .167 with two runs scored.
Earned a win in his first start since Tommy John surgery against Purdue on Feb. 17, striking out three and allowing just one run over 5.0 innings.
Improved to 2-0 on the season with a dominating 6.2-inning performance against No. 29 UNLV (Feb. 23), sealing the series sweep by retiring 14 straight batters in the middle innings.
Recorded a pinch-hit single on March 4 against La Salle.
Tossed 5.2 innings on March 15 at Missouri allowing just three hits, three walks and one run while also recording three strikeouts.
Went 1-for-2 with two walks in his start as designated hitter against Austin Peay (March 18).
Recorded his third win of the season, tossing 6.0 innings while allowing four runs on six hits and striking out four against Auburn (March 23).
Suffered his first loss of the 2014 season during an 8-0 loss at South Carolina (March 30).
Threw 1.0 innings, striking out the side against Tennessee Tech (April 8).
Fired 1.0 shutout innings, allowing no hits and striking out one at Georgia to record his first collegiate save (April 10).
Recorded his fourth win of the season while throwing 1.0 inning, allowing two hits and one earned run against Alabama (April 20).
Picked up his second save of the season while tossing a no-hit shutout ninth inning to defeat LSU 6-3 (April 26).
Recorded a stretch of seven appearances without allowing an earned run, spanning 11.0 innings from April 26 - May 13.
Threw 3.2 innings in relief at Mississippi State (May 11) and surrendered one run (unearned) on just one hit en route to earning the win.
Picked up the win on May 15 against Florida, allowing two runs (one earned) on four hits over 3.0 relief frames.
Threw 1.0 scoreless inning in his final regular season appearance against Florida (May 17).
Led the Cape Cod League's Brewster Whitecaps with a .333 average over 24 games (Summer 2014), driving in 13 runs and knocking four doubles.
Started seven games on the hill for the Whitecaps, going 2-3 with a 4.21 ERA in 32.0 total innings pitched.
Made his collegiate debut on February 15 at UNLV, becoming the first freshman to hit in the cleanup spot for the Vols on Opening Day since 1990.
Recorded his first collegiate hit with a single against the Rebels on Feb. 16.
Had a four-game hitting streak from March 3-10 in which he hit .444 (8-for-18) with three doubles and eight RBIs.
Broke out with a 4-for-5, five-RBI performance against Alcorn State on March 9, recording two doubles and scoring two runs in a 13-6 win.
Followed that up with a two-hit, two-RBI effort in a 12-4 victory the following day.
Hit his first homerun for the Vols against Ole Miss on Apr. 20.
A three-sport star for the Trojans, he was also the school's starting quarterback and punter and played forward on the basketball team.
Had an 0.28 ERA and 90 strikeouts in just 50 innings as a senior before suffering an injury that required Tommy John surgery in the summer of 2012.
Led Morristown West to the Region 2-AAA semifinals as a junior.
Was 6-2 with four saves and a 2.38 ERA while striking out 75 and walking just 15 in 56.0 innings that season.
Also hit .421 with six home runs and 42 RBIs.
Played for Team Tennessee during the summer of 2011, helping the squad go 10-0 and win the prestigious Junior Sunbelt Classic in Oklahoma.
Was a Knoxville News Sentinel PrepXtra First Team selection in 2012 and a second-team member in 2011.
Also claimed 2011 TBCA All-Region honors and a spot on the 2011 Tennessee Baseball Report All-Two Way Team.
Tabbed to the 2011 Perfect Game Underclass Honorable Mention All-American squad.
Earned 2012 Rawlings All-Southeast Region Honorable Mention honors.
Ranked as one of the top 500 prep prospects in the nation and 10th-best player in Tennessee by Perfect Game.
Was a 2012 Wendy's High School Heisman state finalist and all-state selection as a quarterback.
Claimed all-conference honors in basketball.
Sported a weighted GPA of 4.41, earning AP Scholar with Distinction honors.
Born December 2, 1993
Son of Larry and Kathy Lee
Has two siblings, Amy and Sarah
Major is currently undecided
Recipient of the Harrison Construction Athletic Endowment