Appeared in 60 games with 57 starts, 51 in the outfield and six at first base • Hit .270 (51-189) on the year with 29 runs scored and 31 RBI • Tallied seven doubles and four triples • Notched a career-high seven game hit streak from May 4-13 • Finished fourth on the team with seven stolen bases in 11 attempts • Registered two hits or more in 12 games • Posted a perfect fielding percentage • Registered three hits, two RBI and two runs in his first start of the season against Wright State (2/24) • Put up another three-hit performance with three RBI and one run scored against Wake Forest (3/30) • Drove in three runs from four hits, including a double and a triple, while scoring two runs against Duke (5/12) • Finished on a strong NCAA performance, scoring two runs and registered two hits and one RBI against St. John's (6/3). Summer 2012: Appeared in 34 games as an outfielder for the Baltimore Redbirds in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League • Hit .219 (25-114) on the summer with 15 runs scored and 18 RBI • Tallied four doubles, one triple, two home runs and seven stolen bases.
Appeared in 33 games with four starts on the year • Hit .179 (5-28) with five runs and six RBI • Started the first three games of the season in left field • Tallied his first career hit against Davidson (3/2) • Scored the first run of his collegiate career in the win at USC (2/19) • Doubled against UNC Wilmington (3/22). Summer 2011: Played in 21 games for the Baltimore Redbirds in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League • Finished second on the team with a .333 average (25-75) • Scored 14 runs and had 11 RBI with four doubles and two triples.
Glenn High School
Played for coach John Fowler at Robert B. Glenn High School • Left-handed hitter with a great swing and polished approach • Versatile infielder with great instincts • Ranked the No. 6 prospect in North Carolina by Perfect Game and No. 21 in the state by Impact Baseball • Rated No. 237 nationally • Two-time all-state pick, two-time conference player of the year and three-time all-conference honoree • Named 2009 Piedmont Triad 3A Conference Player of the Year • 2009 North Carolina State Games participant • Earned 2009 All-America honors from Perfect Game • Set school records in batting average, triples and on base percentage • Member of A-B Honor Roll.
Parks Weaver Jordan is the son Aaron and Teri Gray • Born in Greensboro, N.C. • Birthday is Feb. 2 • Majoring in communications at Carolina.