SOPHOMORE (2015) Finished his sophomore season setting career-highs in every offensive category across his 53 games (51 starts) ... was the team's overall leader in home runs (8) ... recorded 29 RBI and 26 runs scored to go with his 21 walks ... cut down 19 of 50 runners on the basepaths ... in conference play, led the team in home runs (5) and RBI (19), tied for the team lead in walks (15) and ranked third in slugging percentage (.419) ... cut down 10 of 30 baserunners attempting to steal in SEC action ... heated up as the season wore on, with all eight home runs coming after the start of conference play. Mississippi State (3/14-15): Collected two clutch hits in the series with the Bulldogs, including his first home run of the season ... also added three RBI, three runs and two walks across his three starts ... his homer came in the series finale and helped Alabama maintain its lead to come away with the 8-4 win. Florida (3/27-28): Hit at a .364 (4-11) clip with two doubles, a home run, five RBI, three runs scored and two walks ... recorded a hit in each game of the series, including a 2-for-4 night in the series-opening game ... closed out the weekend with a 1-for-4 day that included his second homer of the season ... the weekend in Gainesville raised his average by .35 points. UAB (3/31): Finished 1-for-2 with a home run, two RBI, a run scored and two walks on the night ... with the homer, he notched a home run in back-to-back games to become the only member of the Crimson Tide to do so in 2015. UAB (4/14): Wrapped up the night 1-for-4 with his fourth home run of the season, a three-run shot to left field ... his three RBI led the Tide in its first nationally televised game of the season. Mississippi Valley State (4/21): Started game two of the twinbill, finishing 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Ole Miss (4/25-26): Collected a double and a home run, along with one RBI and a run scored across the weekend in Oxford ... his homer came in the Tide's 13-4 win on getaway day. Southern Miss (4/28): Went 2-for-3 and was one of two Tide players to record a multi-hit game against the Golden Eagles on a rainy night in Hoover. Auburn (5/8-10): Returned home from Auburn batting .333 (4-12) with two home runs, four RBI, three runs scored and two walks ... his first home run provided an insurance run, coming in the top of the ninth following Chance Vincent's go-ahead homer to push Alabama ahead to the 4-2 advantage for the win on Friday ... went 1-for-3 with his second home run of the weekend -- a two run shot -- three total RBI, two runs scored and two walks in the 13-4 win in the finale to complete the sweep of the rival Tigers. Mercer (5/12): Finished 2-for-3 with an RBI, run scored and one hit-by-pitch. SEC Tournament: Went 1-for-3 with one RBI and one run scored in the elimination game against Missouri ... came through with the Tide's biggest hit of the day, a go-ahead, solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to break the 3-3 tie and send Alabama to the quarterfinals of the tourney.
FRESHMAN (2014) Appeared in 35 games with 32 starts ... finished with three home runs, 12 RBI and 15 runs scored ... had five multi-hit games ... hit .526 (10-19) with six RBI from March 2-11. St. Louis (2/16): Crossed home plate for the winning run in the series finale against the Billikens. Louisiana-Lafayette (3/2): Recorded his first career multi-hit game against No. 10 ULL when he accumulated three singles and scored two runs. Auburn (3/5): Posted his second consecutive multi-hit game and first career RBI against Auburn in the MAX Capital City Classic. Mississippi Valley State (3/7-9): Got a hit in each game he started against MVSU, with his first career extra-base hit in game one and a pair of singles in the final game. Samford (3/11): Was a key factor in the win over the Bulldogs, finishing 2-for-3 with his first career home run, a double, four RBI and two runs scored. Kentucky (3/14): Blasted a homer and added a single, run scored and two of the Tide's three RBI in the 3-0 win over the No. 20 Wildcats. Tennessee (4/18): Knocked his third home run of the season in the series opener against the 29th-ranked Volunteers.
HIGH SCHOOL ANDPERSONAL DATA Rated as the top high school catcher in the state of Tennessee in 2013 by Perfect Game USA ... ranked the fifth-best prospect overall in Tennessee and 159th nationally by PG ... graded a "10" by PG, making him an elite prospect ... picked by Perfect Game USA to the 2013 Rawlings Southeast All-Region First Team ... two-time all-state honoree and a three-time all-mid-state selection while starring for Brentwood Academy ... as a senior, hit .338 with a .442 on-base percentage, nine home runs and 26 RBI ... also compiled a 2.80 ERA over three appearances as a pitcher ... was a First Team Preseason Underclassmen All-American selection by PG in 2012 ... finished his junior season with a .433 batting average, including 15 home runs and 37 RBI ... earned 2012 Honorable Mention All-America accolades from Perfect Game USA ... took part in the 2012 Perfect Game National Showcase ... selected to the ESPN.com preseason all-state team prior to his junior campaign at Brentwood Academy ... as a sophomore in 2011, hit .329 with a .449 OBP, eight homers and 24 RBI ... helped Brentwood Academy capture a state title in 2010 ... son of Rick and Martha Haynie ... has three siblings: brother, Drew and sisters McKenzie (Haynie) Jackson and Bethany (Haynie) Riggan ... father Rick played baseball at Belmont University ... grandfather played baseball in the San Francisco Giants organization ... born Will Haynie on June 12, 1994, in Nashville, Tenn. ... majoring in consumer sciences.