As a Freshman (2017)
>>> NCBWA Freshman All-American
>>> Baseball American Freshman All-American
>>> SEC All-Freshman Team
Started 56 games in centerfield … Hit .291 with 64 hits, 12 home runs, and 37 RBIs … His 12 long balls were the second most by a Razorback freshman in a season in school history and the most among all freshmen in the conference in 2017 … Hit a home run in his first game against Miami (Ohio) (Feb. 17), the first Arkansas freshman to homer in his Razorback debut since Andy Wilkins in 2008 … Produced a .495 slugging percentage and a .356 on-base percentage … Struck out just 36 times, the third-lowest among all Arkansas players with 200 or more at-bats … Was consistent through conference play, hitting .284 in 28 games … Hit five of his 12 home runs against SEC teams … Made just three errors in the outfield for a .978 fielding percentage and notched three outfield assists … Totaled 18 multi-hit games, six with three hits or more … Also had seven games with two or more RBIs, including two four-RBI games (vs. Memphis – April 18; vs. Florida – May 27) … Against Memphis, he nearly hit for the cycle, going 3-for-5 at the plate, missing only the home run … His four RBIs and three runs scored in the game were both season highs … Matched that performance in the SEC Tournament against the top-seed Florida Gators, going 3-for-4 with four RBIs, one home run, one walk, and three runs scored … Finished the tournament hitting .350 with six RBIs and four extra-base hits … Went on to hit .227 in the NCAA Fayetteville Regional, notching at least one hit in four out of five games … Went 2-for-5 in the first elimination game against Oral Roberts (June 4), with one double … Had a season-long eight-game hitting streak running from Arkansas’ second game of the SEC Tournament (vs. Auburn – May 25) through the first game of the regional final (vs. Missouri State – June 4) … During the streak, he went 12-for-35 (.343) with three multi-hit games, two home runs, and seven RBIs … Helped secure a crucial series split at Tennessee (May 6) by hitting a solo home run in the second game of a double header for a 2-0 victory … Went 5-for-7 (.714) in the rain-shortened series with two home runs against the Volunteers … Over the final eight games of the regular season, he had 14 hits with six RBIs, and four home runs, helping Arkansas earn a four-seed in the SEC Tournament.
Cypress High School
Ranked as the No. 10 outfielder and the No. 82 overall prospect in the nation by Perfect Game … Ranked as the No. 4 outfielder and No. 10 overall prospect in the state of California … Ranked as the No. 209 overall MLB Draft prospect in the Baseball America Top 500 … 2016 Rawlings-Perfect Game second team All-American and California first team All-Region … Considered to have the second-best high school arm and be the fourth-best high school defender by Perfect Game … 2015 Perfect Game Underclassman first team All-American … Participated in the 2015 Perfect Game National Showcase … Named to the 2015 17U Perfect Game World Series All-Tournament Team … Named to the 2015 all-CIF Division I team … Hit .385 at 2015 WWBA World Championship and earned all-tournament recognition … Participated in the 2015 Area Code Baseball Games as part of the Milwaukee Brewers team representing Southern California … Attended the 2014 Perfect Game Underclass All-American Games … 2014 Perfect Game Underclassman High All-American honorable mention … Orange County baseball player of the year in 2016 and first team All-Orange County in 2015 … Named to the California Southern Section All-Division I team … Batted .365 with 29 runs scored and 27 RBI in 2016 … Helped lead Cypress to a 25-8 record and advanced to the state quarterfinals … As a freshman, was part of a Cypress team that finished 26-8 and won the CIF Southern Section Division I State Championship … Played summer and fall ball for the CBA Marucci 2016 … Played for head coach John Weber at Cypress High School.
Son of Tim and Fernanda Fletcher … Has one brother, David and one sister, Dariana … Majoring in sport management.