#24 Trey Johnson
Position: OF/LHP
Bats: L
Throws: L
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 196
Year: Senior
Hometown: Tyler, TX
High School: Robert E. Lee HS
Other College: Blinn [TX] CC
Experience: 1 Letter

Senior Diamond Dog positioned to see playing time in the outfield and on the mound after pitching in 10 games and taking the field in the outfield in 22 others • Among six Texas products on the team and one of 12 players seasoned with playing time in the junior college ranks • Junior college teammate of Bulldogs Jonathan Ogden and Michael Dixon at Blinn (Texas) College.

Dual-position performer with playing time in 31 games, 22 games as an outfielder, designated hitter or pinch hitter and 10 appearances as a pitcher • Compiled a .279 batting average and an 0-2 record with a save and a 13.85 earned run average in 13.0 innings of pitching • Made his MSU debut as a pinch runner against Rhode Island (Feb. 19), scoring the tying  run in the ninth inning in State's season-opening 9-8 win • Singled in his first two at-bats a day later in his debut as a starter (left fielder) against Rhode Island (Feb. 20) • Set a season-high with two singles and a double in a 3-for-5 showing as the DH against Alcorn State (Apr. 20) • Also lashed two-baggers against Southeastern Louisiana (Feb. 28) and Western Kentucky (Mar. 10) • Made seven starts in left field but also started a game each in center and right and twice was the starting designated hitter • Saw playing time in seven SEC games, posting a .167 batting average with six at-bats • Made his MSU mound debut with a scoreless inning of relief against Mississippi Valley State (Mar. 17) • Drew his first career start in his next outing, a no-decision stint against Memphis (Mar. 24) • Tagged with the loss in his other start against Arkansas (Apr. 11) • Finished with a season-best four strikeouts in 2.2 innings of hitless shutout relief work on the road against eventual NCAA champ South Carolina (Apr. 4) • Earned his first career save with 1.1 innings of scoreless relief in State's 8-5 win over Northwestern State (May 12) • Appeared in six league games, finishing with an 0-1 record and a 13.50 ERA • Lone SEC start came against Arkansas (Apr. 11) • Among 14 Diamond Dogs earning berths on the 2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Standout outfielder and pitcher and two-time all-conference selection at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas • Coached by Harvey McIntyre • One of three players to sign with Mississippi State following the 2009 campaign • Batted .379 with 61 hits, a team-best 61 runs scored, 14 doubles and 19 home runs and 51 RBI in 2009 • Ranked second on the team with an .801 slugging percentage • Drew a school-best 55 walks, reached 20 times as a hit batsman and led the Bucs with a .578 on-base percentage • Drew starts in all 54 of his games played as a sophomore • Also made seven mound appearances (four starts) and posted a 4-1 record with a 3.24 earned run average in 25.0 innings pitched • Sported a .977 fielding percentage with two errors in 88 defensive chances • Named to the All-Region XIV first team and earned honorable mention NJCAA All-America team honors • Also named to the 2008-09 NJCAA Academic All-American team • Accorded first-team Region XIV All-Region honors as a freshman • Hit .361 with a team-leading 15 doubles and 10 home runs in 2008 • Also took the hill for Blinn and compiled a 6-5 pitching mark • Spring 2009 MSU signee.

All-state dual position performer at Tyler's Robert E. Lee High School • Coached by Mike Pirtle • Led the Red Raiders with a .407 batting average, 32 RBI, five home runs and 16 stolen bases in as many attempts as a senior in 2007 • Also registered a sterling 12-1 pitching record with an 0.98 earned run average and 93 strikeouts as a senior • Honored as the District 12-5A MVP and All-East Texas Player of the Year • Second-team Texas High School Baseball Coaches' Association All-State selection as a pitcher and an all-star pick as an outfielder • Tabbed by the Texas Sportswriters Association as a second-team all-state outfielder and third-team all-state pitcher • 2007 Tyler Morning Telegraph Player of the Year • Also earned academic all-state honors • Member of the National Honor Society , the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the RELHS student senate • Played summer league baseball with the Dallas Tigers, coached by Linty Ingram and Tommy Hernandez •  First-team all-tournament outfielder at the 2007 AABC Connie Mack World Series in Farmington, N.M.

Born Walter Lloyd Johnson III on March 16, 1989 in Tyler, Texas. • Son of Terri and Chip Johnson of Tyler, Texas • Majoring in biological sciences.

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