Corey Julks
Corey  Julks


Friendswood, Texas

High School:
Clear Brook

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200



2017 First Team All-American Conference (OF)
2017 American Championship All-Tournament Team
2017 American Player of the Week (May 15)
2017 American Preseason Team
2016 First Team All-American Conference (OF)
2016 American Weekly Honor Roll (May 23)
2016 All-Silver Glove Series Team vs. Rice
2016 American Weekly Honor Roll (May 2)
2015 NCAA Houston Regional All-Tournament Team
2015 American All-Tournament Team
2015 All-Silver Glove Series Team
2015 American Player of the Week (May 11)

p class="MsoNormal">JUNIOR (2017)
Had one of the most productive late-season runs offensively in program history…Was tabbed First Team All-Conference honoree…Wrapped up 2017 reaching base in 46 of his 47 games and tallied an active on-base streak of 25 games to conclude the season…Appeared in 59 games, making 57 starts…Finished second on the team in average with a .335 clip, while leading the team with a .379 average in American play…Had 35 walks to just 35 strikeouts…Was third on the team with nine home runs, hitting four in the last seven games…Tallied 72 hits, 38 runs and 45 RBI…Hit 12 doubles, led team with six triples to slug .572 on the year…Was 15-of-20 on the base paths…Had a multi-hit game in eight of his final 10 games…Had 21 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games…Rode an 18-game hit streak from March 18-April 15…Finished on a 10-game hit streak…Had a career night at Tulane (May 12), driving in seven RBI with a grand slam and three-run home run in the ninth inning alone…Went 6-for-12 with five runs and eight RBI in series win at Tulane to earn American Player of the Week honors…Went 4-for-4 twice during the year vs. Tulane (April 23) and vs. UConn (May 5)…Drove in four RBI twice at UC Irvine (March 25) and vs. UConn (May 27) in American Championship…Went just five conference games without recording a base hit…Helped Houston to a regular-season and conference tournament championship title as well as the No. 1 seed in the NCAA Houston Regional…Drafted in 8th round (241) by the Houston Astros.

Named to the American Athletic Conference First Team as an outfielder...Led Houston with a .332 average, while hitting .369 in conference play alone...Finished the year with a 23 game on base streak and had a hit in all but four...Was third on the team with 65 hits and second on the team with 34 runs scored...Slugged .439 with 10 doubles, one triple and three home runs...Was 10-for-12 in stolen bases...Tallied 16 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games...Had a season-high four hits twice (Villanova, Tulane)...Drove in a season-high three RBI four times (at Lamar, USF, at Rice, vs. Rice)...Tallied a multi-hit game in four straight games (April 24 -- 30)...Had seven hits and three runs in final regular-season series vs. league-winner Tulane...Belted home runs vs. Villanova (Feb. 20), USF (April 24) and vs. Rice (May 17)...Tallied 25 walks for third-most on the team...Had three walks and two hits with three RBI in a 10-0 win at Rice (May 10).

Played an integral role in the Cougars' postseason run during the last month of the season...Appeared in 53 games, making 48 starts in the outfield and infield this season...Finished the year, starting the final 29 games in left field...Tied for the team lead in average at .302 as a true freshman...Tallied five home runs for third-most on the team...Had 54 hits, scored 22 runs and drove in 38 RBI...Was second on the team with a .469 slugging percentage, tallying 11 doubles, two triples and five home runs...Belted two key home runs in the NCAA Houston Regional, one which put the Cougars ahead of HBU in the third inning and one that forced extra innings vs. Rice...Hit all five home runs in the final 15 games of the season...First career hit and RBI came in the second game of the season vs. Minnesota (Feb. 14)...Had 12 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games...Tallied 14 hits and nine RBI in a span of eight games during the first of May...Notched a career-high five hits and five RBI, while scoring three runs in a win over Memphis (May 23) in the American Championship...Was named to the All-Tournament Team after tallying eight hits and nine RBI in four games...Had a hit in each of the three NCAA Houston Regional games at Cougar Field...Drove in three RBI in win over HBU (May 29)...Finished the year with a hit in 14 of the last 15 games and driving in an RBI in 12 of those contests... Helped Cougars to an American Athletic Conference title, their second consecutive 40-win season and to a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.

Lettered for the Clear Brook Wolverines under former Cougar letterwinner and head coach Gene Flores...Helped 2014 team to a second place finish in district...Named Team MVP...Honored as a First Time All-District honoree...Was named to All-Star game...Hit .443 with 15 stolen bases in senior season...Also lettered in football.

Full name is Corey Christopher Julks...Born February 27, 1996...Son of Jaqueline and Daren Julks...Has one older brother, Daren...Majoring in health.

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