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#32 Trey Porter
Position: 1B
Bats: L
Throws: R
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 218
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hurley, MS
High School: East Central HS
Other College: Mississippi Gulf Coast CC
Experience: 1 Letter
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2012: 
Played in 60 of MSU's 64 games, drawing 59 starts --- 50 as the designated hitter, five in left field, one in right field, two at third base and one at first base • Compiled a .259 batting average, ranking third on the club with 53 hits while sharing the team home run lead of five with freshman Wes Rea • Hit safely in 35 games with RBI in 17 games • Ranked second on the team with a .388 on-base percentage and a .376 slugging percentage • Reached base as a hit batsman 15 times, third-most in the SEC and ranked third on the team with 29 walks • Singled in his first two career plate appearances as the opening day starting DH against Washington State (Feb. 17) • Drove in four runs, belted a pair of home runs and hit .600 (6-for-10) in the opening weekend series against the Cougars • Opened his career with a season-best 5-game hitting streak and hit safely in eight of his first nine games • Registered a pair of 4-for-5 plate performances on the road at No. 10 LSU (May 17) and at Alabama (May 6) • His 12 multi-hit games included three-hit games against Washington State (Feb. 19) and at Auburn (Mar. 30) • Started in right field (Apr. 7) and third base (Apr. 8) against Vanderbilt for his first career defensive starts • Replaced first baseman Wes Rea in the starting lineup against Mississippi Valley State (May 8) • Turned in two-double games against Tennessee (Apr. 20) and at Alabama (May 6) • Earned a berth on the 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll • Hit .314 and played alongside MSU teammates Alex Detz, Nick Flair, Will Cox and Chad Girodo on the California Collegiate League co-champion San Luis Obispo Blues.

JUNIOR COLLEGE:
Earned second-team NJCAA All-American honors in 2011 to cap his two-year career at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, Miss. • Coached by former MSU All-American pitcher Gary Rath • Paced the Bulldogs with a .430 batting average, tallying a team-best 49 hits and nine home runs • Drove in 28 runs and legged out eight doubles • First-team All-Region 23 and MACJC All-State selection • Selected team MVP for 2011 • Hit .379 as a freshman with 44 hits, 10 doubles, nine home runs and 36 RBI en route to second-team 2010 MACJC All-State and MGCCC Rookie of the Year honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: 
Three-year starter as a first baseman and pitcher at East Central High School • Coached by Gary Lang • Earned first-team all-state honors in 2009 after leading the Hornets with a .434 batting average, 49 hits, 47 RBI and a .572 slugging percentage • Also compiled an 11-3 pitching record and earned Biloxi Sun Herald Pitcher of the Year honors in helping ESHC post a 12-0 district record • Fashioned a .367 batting average with 40 hits and 32 RBI on East Central's 2008 state championship team • Pitched and went 5-for-5 at the plate in the championship game • Hit .364 with a career-best .584 slugging percentage as a sophomore in 2007 • Graduated with a 3.9 GPA and in the top 10 percent of his high school class • Played summer league baseball with the Gulf Coast Stars, coached by Neil Frederic.

PERSONAL:
Born Max Samuel Porter III on June 22, 1991 in Mobile, Ala. • Son of Barbara and Mackie Porter of Hurley, Miss. • Majoring in kinesiology.


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