24 - Dylan Harris
Dylan Harris
Height: 5-10
Weight: 180
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Land O Lakes, Fla.
High School: Land O Lakes HS
Position: INF
Major: Sport Business
Bats/Throws: R/R

AS A FRESHMAN (2014)
NCBWA All-American Honorable Mention... NCBWA All-South Region First Team Selection... Named to Daktronics All-South Region Second Team... All-Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year… All-Sunshine State Conference First Team Selection… Started all 49 games for the Lions during his freshman campaign… Led the Sunshine State Conference with 71 hits… Tied for third in the Sunshine State Conference with 45 runs… Led the team with 194 at-bats… Also led Saint Leo in hits (71), runs (45) and stolen bases (13)… Tallied eight doubles, one triple, and three homeruns… Knocked in 37 RBI… Recorded his first career hit in his debut with the Lions against North Georgia (2/1/14)… Batted .366 on the year to lead all freshman in the SSC… Ended the year with a .464 slugging average…. Walked 13 times for a .419 on-base percentage… Finished second on the team with 102 assists…. Registered 36 putouts for a .932 fielding average.

CAREER
Graduated from Land O' Lakes HS... Played under head coach Calvin Baisley... Selected as First Team All-Conference member for two years... Named to All-County First Team... Selected to All-State First Team... Named team captain... Averaged .416 at the plate... Recorded 24 RBI, 38 runs, 15 stolen bases, and 4 career homeruns.  

PERSONAL
Born January 27 in Lakeland, Fla... Hobbies include fishing, working out, and playing ping pong... Career goals are to achieve a college degree and to play professional baseball... Believes his best assets to the team are his dedication and leadership... Lists his favorite athlete as Dustin Pedrioa and his favorite team as the Tampa Bay Rays... Chose Saint Leo because of the opportunity to play baseball and the close proximity to home... Son of David and Sherri... Has three brothers, David, Dustin, and Dakota... Brother David played baseball at Odessa Community College, Polk State CC, and Florida Southern College, as well as minor league baseball with the California Angels and the Sioux City Explorers.