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2009 Finalist for Johnny Bench Award (nation's top catcher)
2009 Semifinalist for Golden Spikes Award (nation's top player)
2009 First team All-American (NCBWA)
2009 Second team All-American (Collegiate Baseball)
2009 ABCA Midwest All-Region first team
2009 Big 12 Player of the Year
2009 All-Big 12 first team member
2009 Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team
2006 Freshman All-American (Collegiate Baseball)
2006 All-SEC Freshman Team
Played in all but two games for the Sooners with 55 starts (50 at catcher) ... Had a hit in 46 of those starts and reached base safely in all but seven games ... Threw out a Big 12 best 30 potential base runners this year (52 percent) and committed just two errors, good for a .996 fielding percentage ... Picked off six runners ... Finished the year ranked in the top five of six offensive categories in the Big 12 (2nd in homers and total bases, 3rd in slugging percentage and 5th in batting average and RBIs) ... Led OU in batting average, homers, slugging percentage and ranks and RBIs ... Also tops on team with 17 multiple RBI games (fourth with 19 multi-hit games) ... 29 of 62 RBIs came in two-out situations ... Had two 10-plus game hitting streaks in 2009, including a career-high 12-game streak that ended on May 10 ... Hit .449 during that span with four homers and 15 RBIs (.776 slugging pct.) ... Had a career-high seven RBIs (season high by a Sooner) in March 22 game at Kansas State ... Hit two of the Sooners' 11 home runs in that game, a Big 12 team record ... Homered in three straight games on two occasions (March 29-30 vs. Nebraska and April 25-28 vs. Baylor and Arkansas) ... Hit safely in 16 of the final 20 contests ... In Big 12 play, hit well over .300 (.363) with 10 home runs and 32 RBIs
Played for the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League ... Saw time in 12 games and hit .350 with 10 RBIs in that span.
Made 57 starts at catcher and two at first base ... Hit. 300 in Big 12 play with 21 RBIs ... Collected four or more hits in six of the nine Big 12 series ... Enjoyed a season-best 11-game hitting streak from Feb. 27 - March 14 ... Ranked fifth on the team with 18 multi-hit games and third with 12 multi-RBI games ... Threw out 28 of 72 potential base stealers (39 percent) ... Threw out season-high two runners against Houston and Nebraska (March 24) ... Finished Kansas State series with six hits and five RBIs ... Hit safely in 12 of the last the last 18 games and drove in 15 runs in that span with two HRs and four doubles.
Hit .261 with 16 RBIs in 29 games with the Harwich Mariners of the Cape Cod League.
Two-year letterwinner at Louisiana State University under Smoke Laval where he hit .274 in 101 games ... Played in 43 games (40 starts at third base) in 2007 and hit .234 with nine doubles, three triples, two homers, 19 RBIs and 16 runs ... Started in all 58 games in 2006 as a freshman ... Hit .299 with 11 homers and 40 RBIs en route to earning 2006 Freshman All-America honors (Collegiate Baseball) ... Also named to the SEC All-Freshman Team.
Four-year letterwinner at Apopka High school under head coach Sonny Wise and Gavin Jones ... Hit .394 with 24 homers and 112 RBIs for his career, including a .390 average with 32 runs driven in during his senior season ... All-State, all-metro and all-central Florida three straight years ... Helped lead Apopka to four district titles ... Named MVP of the Florida State All-Star Game ... Also played football (defensive lineman) ... Inducted into the Metro Conference Hall of Fame.
Full name is Jeremy Tyler Wise ... Born in Orlando, Fla. ... Parents are Sonny and Mary Wise ... Has an older sister (Stacy, 23) and an older brother (Nicky, 28) ... Father played baseball at the University of Central Florida from 1975-1976 ... Great nephew of former New York Yankee Bobby Richardson, a five-time Gold Glove winner and MVP of the 1960 World Series ... Drafted in the 45th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft by the Oakland Athletics ... Sociology-criminology major.