As a Sophomore (2017)
>>> Brooks Wallace Award semifinalist
Appeared in 64 games with 62 starts at shortstop … Led all Razorback hitters with a .338 average, seventh-highest in the SEC and best among SEC shortstops … His batting average was the best by a Razorback shortstop since Scott Hode hit .309 in 2005 … Tallied 72 hits, primarily from the ninth spot in the lineup, with 22 extra-base hits and 37 RBIs … His four triples were good for most on the team and tied for third in the conference … Walked 30 times and compiled a .423 on-base percentage, best on the team with 100 or more at-bats … Hit .340 in league play with 33 hits, seven doubles, two home runs, and 13 RBIs … Finished the year with 23 multi-hit games, second-best among all Arkansas players and 10 multi-RBI games … Was one of three Razorbacks to notch a four-hit game after going a perfect 4-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored, and two RBIs in a 13-10 win at Louisiana Tech (March 1) … Had at least one multi-hit performance in seven of 10 SEC series, including a three-hit game against LSU (April 8) and Texas A&M (May 18) … Led all players in the SEC Tournament (May 25-May 28) with 10 hits, six coming in elimination games against Mississippi State (May 26) and Florida (May 27) … Turned in two triples in the 12-0 win over Auburn (May 25), setting the SEC Tournament record for triples in a game … Hit three triples throughout entire tournament, another SEC Tournament record … Finished the year with five games of three RBIs or more, his last one coming in the first game of the NCAA Regional final against Missouri State (June 4).
Cisco JC (2015-16)
Spent one year at Cisco Junior College in Texas before transferring to Arkansas … Batted .385 as a freshman with seven home runs and 50 RBI in 64 games … Helped Cisco reach the NJCAA College World Series … Finished in the top 20 in the junior college ranks in at-bats (239, 11th), runs scored (87, 7th), and hits (92, 17th) … Notched 31 multi-hit games, including nine games with three hits or more … Helped lead Cisco to a 48-16 record, a NJCAA Region V Division I Championship and a berth in the quarterfinals of the NJCAA World Series … Participated in the National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series as a member of the NJCAA National Team roster … Named a NJCAA D1 Baseball Top Incoming Freshman.
Ridge Point High School
Batted .425 with three home runs as a senior … Named first team all-conference and second team all-state in 2015 … Selected as a first team All-Greater Houston in the same year … Also named all-conference in football in his junior and senior year … Played football, basketball and baseball.
Son of Brian and Christie Biggers … His father was an assistant baseball coach at Lamar University from 1994-1997 … His mom also coached high school basketball.