Hit .287 in 178 at-bats while starting in 49 games and playing in all 50 as the team's No. 1 catcher.
Was second on the team with eight doubles and had nine extra-base hits on the season after adding his first career homer - a three run shot to right - at Tennessee (3/23).
Drove in 27 runs while scoring 20 more and posting 14 multi-hit games on the season.
Led Mizzou with eight multi-RBI games as well.
Had a team-best .997 fielding percentage on the season as he had just one error while playing nearly every game at catcher and led Mizzou with 310 putouts.
At points of the season, he was second among SEC catchers in batting, trailing only Ole Miss' Stuart Turner.
Went 3-for-6 with two runs and five RBI with a double and a homer in game two of a doubleheader against Tennessee (3/23) - the five RBI in that game were a career-best.
Had a pair of doubles in a 4-1 win over South Carolina in game two of a doubleheader (3/16).
Led Middle Georgia College and the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association in batting average, ranking among the top 15 nationally with his .429 clip.
He hit 12 doubles, one homer and drove in 33 runs to go along with his league-best .429 batting average.
Second Team All-Conference selection as a sophomore in 2012.
Was a .386 career hitter with 10 homeruns during his tenure at Centennial High School under head coach Billy Nicholson.
Tallied a .328 batting average with two homers and 31 runs driven in during his senior season at Centennial.
Played varsity baseball in all four years at Centennial and was a Georgia Top-100 player as selected by the Georgia Dugout Club.
All-Region catcher in 2009 and was an All-Region outfielder in 2008.
Also played ice hockey and was the leading scorer in the Southeast Conference for three straight seasons.
All-Region catcher as a senior in 2010 as selected by the region's coaches.
Selected to Team Georgia by the Georgia State High School Association.
Born June 5, 1991, to parents Brian and Sherry Kelly in Huntsville, Ala.
Father, Brian, was a collegiate hockey player at Alabama-Huntsville and played professionally in Europe.
Plans to major in communications while at Mizzou