Hit .230 with 16 runs and 13 RBI with seven doubles and 12 walks in 165 at-bats in his first season as a Tiger.
Was the everyday second baseman for the majority of the season and had 105 assists and 68 put outs.
Made a pair of spectacular plays in the Tigers SEC Tournament opener against Mississippi State, saving the game-winning run in back-to-back at bats.
Opened his Tiger career with a three-hit game, tallying a run and an RBI and a walk in the Tigers' season-opener at Southern Miss (2/15).
Went 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI and a double in the series finale against Eastern Michigan and also went 3-for-5 against South Carolina and Nebraska Omaha.
Led Mizzou in three-hit games on the season with four and had eight multi-hit games on the season.
Guided Walters State Community College to a 52-9 overall record in 2012 and finished his two-year stint with the team with a 92-20 overall record.
Hit .373 with nine homers and 44 RBI in his sophomore season at Walters and finished his two-year career with a .381 average and 12 homers while driving in 89 runs.
Coached by Ken Campbell while at Walters State.
Hit .398 with three homers and was a career .382 hitter with 16 home runs in his four year career at Columbia Central High School under the direction of head coach Mark Pickle.
Advanced Columbia Central to the State Semifinals in his senior season.
Was an All-District selection from 2007-10 and a 2009 All-Mid-State selection along with a 2009 Junior All-Sunbelt Team selection.
Born Sept. 21, 1991, to parents Mike and Pam Keeton in Columbia, Tenn.