Played the 2016 season at LSU as a reserve infielder and outfielder … elected to transfer from LSU at the end of the 2016 fall semester … physical player with a lot of bat speed from the left side and an aptitude for barreling up the baseball … has a lot of pull-side power with a natural loft in his swing.
Played in 38 games (eight starts), batting .242 (30-for-124) with two doubles, one triple, five RBI and six runs … drove in a pair of runs as a pinch hitter versus Alabama (March 20) … collected a triple and two RBI versus Sacramento State (Feb. 27) … produced a two-out RBI single in bottom of 10th inning of the season opener to tie Cincinnati 5-5 (Feb. 19); LSU went on to win the game in the 12th inning.
Prior to LSU
A 2015 Perfect Game All-American … rated No. 137 in the Perfect Game Top 200 High School Prospects … hit .515 with five doubles, seven triples, one homer and 21 RBI in his senior season at Model HS; also stole 15 bases and recorded an .600 on-base percentage … batted .511 in 2014 as a junior at Model HS with seven doubles, four triples, one homer, 27 RBI and a .560 on-base percentage.
Parents are Todd Wofford and Jennifer Graves … has four siblings – Toree, Kace, Georgia and Riley … majoring in sport administration at LSU … born September 17, 1996.
Wofford’s LSU Career Highs
At-Bats: 4 times; most recently vs. Vanderbilt (4/8/16)
Hits: 2 twice; most recently at Auburn (4/2/16)
Runs Scored: 1 six times; most recently vs. Vanderbilt (4/7/16)
Doubles: 1 twice; most recently vs. Florida (5/21/16)
Triples: 1 vs. Sacramento State (2/27/16)
Home Runs: none
RBI: 2 twice; most recently vs. Alabama (3/20/16)