2014: Named 2014 Preseason All-SEC by Perfect Game.
2013: Hit .291 in 57 games (53 starts), recording 40 RBIs, 30 runs, 24 walks and 12 doubles • Raked at a .325 clip (13-for-40) in 11 starts in the NCAA Tournament, driving in eight and scoring three times • Member of the 2013 College World Series All-Tournament Team as a result of going 6-for-19 (.316) with a trio of doubles and RBIs • Went 4-for-7 (.571) at No. 6 Virginia in the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional • Named to the NCAA Starkville Regional All-Tournament Team • Despite playing in pitcher friendly Dudy Noble Field, finished tied for seventh in the SEC with seven home runs • Ended his season second on the team with 13 game games of two-RBIs or more • Finished the season with a .990 fielding percentage and was part of an infield which helped turn a school-record 80 double plays (second nationally) • Recorded a hit in 37 of 51 games, including multiple hits in 16 of those contests • Collected an RBI in 24 of 71 games • Drove in the game-winning run in five games: Feb. 15 vs. Portland in the season opener, April 2 at South Alabama, April 14 at Texas A&M, May 22 vs. South Carolina in the SEC Tournament and June 9 at Virginia in game two of the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional • Scored a run in his first four games of the season • Drove in three off two hits against No. 2 LSU in the series finale March 17 • Recorded RBIs in six-straight games from March 26-April 5 • Collected a pair of RBIs, runs and walks March 26 vs. Austin Peay • Went 4-for-12 (.333) at No. 11 Arkansas March 29-31, driving in one run in each of the three games • Knocked out the game-winning two-run single in the top of the ninth at South Alabama April 2 • Returned home three days later vs. Florida and went 2-for-3 with two RBIs and a run in the series opener • Cranked out seven hits (7-for-14) at No. 24 Texas A&M April 12-14, hitting .500 with five RBIs and four runs scored • Notched the best game of his career in the final game of the three-game sweep at the Aggies, registering career highs in hits (4), RBIs (4) and runs (3), while also homering once, doubling once and earning a base on balls • Hit .333 (4-for-12) in the home sweep of Alabama, driving in four with two doubles and three runs • Went 6-for-19 (.316) in the SEC Tournament in Hoover, Ala., totaling three walks, two RBIs, two doubles and a run as the Bulldogs finished 3-1 • With his team deadlocked in a 1-1 tie in the second game of the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional, hit a go-ahead two-run home run as the Bulldogs won game two at Virginia June 9 and advanced to their ninth College World Series • Finished his first game in Omaha 2-for-4 with a pair of RBIs and doubles June 15 vs. Oregon State • Enjoyed another two-hit performance to go along with an RBI and a run June 17 in the CWS win vs. Indiana • Helped MSU advance to the CWS Championship Series with a 2-for-4 outing June 21 vs. Oregon State • Member of the 2013 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2012: One of four Bulldogs named to the 2012 NCAA Tallahassee Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting .308 (4-for-13) with a double in each of three games in the regional hosted by Florida State • Starting first baseman in 63 of 64 games as a freshman • Hit .249 with a team-leading 41 RBIs • Collected 54 hits, sharing the team lead with 16 doubles and five home runs • Led the SEC with a school-record 636 putouts • Also led the SEC with 58 double plays fielded • Hit safely in 35 games with an extra-base hit in 17 games • Drove in a run in a team-leading 23 games • Paced MSU with 10 multiple-RBI hits • Made his collegiate debut with Opening Day start Feb. 17 at first base against Washington State • Ranked second on the team with 18 multiple-hit games and paced State with 13 multi-RBI games and eight game-winning RBI • Delivered his first career hit against Washington State Feb. 19 • Laced a pair of doubles in a three-hit, two-RBI performance Feb. 25 against Mississippi Valley State • Hit his first career home run Feb. 29 vs. Memphis • Delivered walk-off hits against Kansas (Feb. 24) and South Alabama (April 10) • Hit two home runs and 17 RBIs in 30 league games • Best SEC weekend came May 17-19 in a sweep against Kentucky where he went .357 with a trio of RBIs.
2011: Redshirted his first season on campus to rehabilitate an injured shoulder • Member of the 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport all-state standout at Harrison Central High School in Gulfport, Miss. • Coached by Pat Olmi • First-team all-state, all-coast and Jackson Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen selection after hitting .478 with 39 RBIs, 18 doubles, two triples and a team-best 14 home runs • Started all 34 games at first base • Represented the Rebels in the 2010 Crossroads Diamond Club Mississippi High School All-Star Game at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Miss. • Collected MVP honors for the winning South team, going 2-for-2 with four RBIs, including a three-run home run • Led the Rebels at the plate his junior season with a career-best .512 batting average • Drove in 36 runs and hit six home runs en route to second-team all-state honors in 2009 • Compiled a 6-2 pitching mark with two saves and a 1.30 ERA • Tabbed as his team’s MVP and earned a berth on the all-coast and all-district teams • Hit a team-best .410 with 42 RBIs and nine home runs as a sophomore while notching a 5-1 pitching record • Also a two-time all-state honoree in football, being rated as high as a four-star recruit and the fifth-best offensive guard prospect in the country by Rivals.com in 2010 • Was selected to play in the Mississippi/Alabama High School All-Star football game in Mobile, Ala. • National Honor Society member and recipient of the HCHS football academic award • Finished with a 3.9 GPA and graduated 11th in his senior class.
PERSONAL: Born Wesley John Rea on Oct. 3, 1991 in Gulfport, Miss • Son of Theresa and John Rea of Gulfport, Miss. • Majoring in economics.