Casey Grayson
Casey  Grayson

RS Senior

Cypress, Texas

High School:
Cypress Woods

Last College:
Navarro JC

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 220




2014 The American All-Academic Team
2014 ABCA/Rawlings First Team All-Central Region (1B)
2014 American Championship All-Tournament Team
2014 Second Team All-American Conference (1B)
2014 All-Silver Glove Series vs. Rice
2014 American Weekly Honor Roll (May 5)
2013 Commissioner's Honor Roll
2012 Commissioner's Honor Roll

RS-SENIOR (2014)
Named to the All-Central Region First Team...Was honored on the American Athletic Conference Second Team...Wrapped up his career as a Cougar, ranked among the team leaders in almost every offensive category...Was the only Cougar to start and appear in all 66 games...Led the team with a .321 average, 78 hits, 16 doubles, 48 RBI...Slugged .469 with six homeruns...Finished third all-time in program history with 52 walks for a .440 on-base percentage, compared to just 28 strikeouts...Led the Cougars with 12 multi-RBI games and was third-best with 18 multi-hit games...Notched a team-long 27 game on-base streak from March 30 to May 15, recording a hit in all but three of those games...Belted a homerun in his first at-bat of 2014 vs. Nicholls (Feb. 14) to finish 3-for-3...Drove in a career-best four RBI twice, once in the American Baseball Championship title game vs. Louisville (May 25) and at Rutgers (April 5) on three hits, including a homerun...Drove in six RBI on five hits in the final two games to help clinch the conference tournament title with wins over UCF and Louisville and was named to the All-Tournament team...Fielded .995 with just three errors in 540 putouts...Opened the year on a six-game hit streak...Produced a midseason 11-game hit streak...Tallied four hits in the Baton Rouge Regional... Helped Houston to a 48-win season, an American Conference tournament title, Regional Championship and appearance in an NCAA Super Regional for the first time since 2003...Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 20th round at No. 645

SENIOR (2013)
Received a medical redshirt...Didn't compete in any games during the 2013 season...Will return for 2014 with one year of eligibility remaining

JUNIOR (2012)
Appeared in 32 games with 23 starts, all coming at first base or designated hitter...Was sidelined as a starter following the win at Oklahoma State (March 18) due to an injury...Made 13 appearances following that injury...Hit .289 on the year...Tallied 26 hits, 13 runs scored and 12 RBI...Recorded six multi-hit games...Had a career-best four hits in win over Delaware (Feb. 18) in a 4-for-4 effort with three RBI...Also had a season-high three RBI at Oklahoma State (March 17) and at Texas Tech (April 15)...Belted a pinch-hit, three-run homerun to force extra innings in loss at Texas Tech...Walked twice at Oklahoma State, both intentional walks (March 17)...Also drove in three on two doubles in that game...Hit .350 in conference play with 10 appearances and four starts...Walked 16 times and only was fanned 13 times...Committed just two errors in 171 putouts and 19 assists...Was 2-for-6 as a pinch hitter...Had 10 straight games where he reached base safely to open the season

Played under head coach Whoa Dill...Member of the NJCAA World Series Championship team...Received All-Conference first baseman honors as a freshman

Played under head coach Thomas Loria...First Team All-District as a junior and senior...Also played select baseball for the Houston Raiders and the Texas Tomcats

Full name is Casey Dwayne Grayson...Born Aug. 24, 1991 in Houston, Texas...Son of Kenny and Denise Grayson...Also recruited by Texas State and Southern Alabama...Major is undecided...Hobbies include anything outdoors and video games

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