PRIOR TO LSU
Son of Baylor women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey ... Batted .425 in high school senior season, .438 as a junior, .463 as a sophomore and .365 as a freshman ... Received Max Prep All-America recognition ... 2012 and 2011 All-State selection ... 2012 and 2011 District MVP
Paul Mainieri on Kramer Robertson:
“Kramer is a very athletic and competitive infielder that comes to us from Midway High School in Waco, Texas. His combination of foot speed, quickness, and arm strength allows him to be a very viable option anywhere on the field. He will be a very tough out at the plate as well. He is one of those kids that just knows how to beat you and always seems to be in the middle of a rally. As a dual-threat quarterback in high school, he led his team deep into the Texas 5A state playoffs as a junior and senior. As the son of Kim Mulkey, Baylor’s women’s basketball coach, he’s been around winning athletic environments his whole life and I think that will bode well for him at LSU.