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7  John Clay Reeves
John Clay Reeves

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Monroe, La.

High School:
Neville H.S.

Last College:
Navarro College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185

Position:
c

Experience:
Tr.

B/T:
R/R


04/17/2014

Rice Hosts UAB Friday Night at Reckling Park

First Pitch vs. Blazers Scheduled For 6:30 PM

04/15/2014

Owls Conclude Road Swing Tuesday at Lamar

Rice Returns Home To Host UAB on Friday Night

04/14/2014

Shane Hoelscher Named C-USA Hitter of the Week

Owls Next Play at Lamar on Tuesday Night

04/12/2014

Owls Take Second-Straight Game at Tulane, 2-1

Series Finale Set For Sunday at 1 PM

04/11/2014

Owls Continue Five-Game Road Stretch With C-USA Weekend Series at Tulane

Frida Start Time vs. Green Wave Set for 6:30 PM

Coach Graham said - "John Clay brings a plus-bat with him from Navarro. He's a good catcher and intelligent player. He'll be one of our top two catchers."

Navarro College - Named the 2013 Region XIV East All Conference Baseball Player of the Year while at Navarro College in Corsicana, Tex.... Helped Navarro post a 39-18 record while reaching the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colorado... Played in 56 of the team's 57 games and led the Bulldogs with a .367 batting average... Drew 30 walks for a team-best .464 on-base percentage... Tied for second on the squad in runs scored (41) and home runs (4), including a solo blast to centerfield on a three-hit day in the JCWS elimination game against Palm Beach State... Tied for third on the team in RBI (40) and doubles (11)... Maintained a .482 slugging percentage and finished the year with nine stolen bases... Charged with only one passed ball all season and threw out three would-be base-stealers... Coached by Whoa Dill... Participated in the city of Grand Junction's Challenger Baseball, a program where volunteers from the visiting juco world series teams help handicap children play baseball.

Arkansas - Appeared in 28 games with 19 starts as a true freshman at the University of Arkansas in 2012... Helped the Razorbacks reach the College World Series and finish tied for third in the NCAA Tournament... All 19 starts were at catcher, including each of the last two games of the NCAA Waco Super Regional against No. 4 ranked Baylor (after a loss in the opener)... Batted .281 for the season and an eye-opening .353 in eleven Southeastern Conference league games... Hit three doubles, drove in four runs and scored five times... Collected two or more hits in a game six times, including a career-best three hits against Stephen F. Austin... Reached base in five consecutive games during one stretch... Threw-out two runners attempting to steal a base and picked-off another two with snap-throws.

High School - A 2011 graduate of Neville High School in Monroe, La.... Honorable mention Louisville Slugger All-American as a senior, and was ranked as the No. 328 prep player in the country by Perfect Game... Three-time all-state, all-Northeast Louisiana and all-District 3-4A selection... Played in the 2011 Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star Game after batting .507 with seven home runs... Set the Tigers' school record for home runs in a single season with 16 as a sophomore in 2009... Coached in baseball by Joey Williamson... Also earned a varsity letter and was named an all-district linebacker for the football team... Maintained a 3.70 grade point average and graduated in the Top 10 percent of his class... Member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Club... Helped the Midland Redskins win the Connie Mack World Series title in 2011 and was selected to the All-Tournament Team.

Personal - Full name: John Clay Osborn Reeves... Born: Date November 10, 1992, in Longview, Texas... Parents: Donald and Amanda Reeves of Monroe, La., (one sister)... Active in a host of community-outreach programs, including the Salvation Army and building homes through Habitat for Humanity... College: McMurtry

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