Junior Zane Wilkinson plays for the University of Texas at Tyler baseball team.

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound outfielder hails from Keller, Texas, where he played for three seasons with the Keller High School Indians. Maxpreps.com reports that Wilkinson ranked seventh in the state among boys’ varsity baseball players in the 2015-16 season, his senior year.

According to his college bio, in 2019 Wilkinson had two runs, two RBIs, stole two bases and contributed three putouts. His most successful games this year were on April 12 against the Ozarks and April 19 against Howard Payne. Overall, he is batting a .243 this year, having started in 22 games and gone to bat 70 times.

In 2018, he was at bat 21 times in 26 games, scoring three RBIs and walking three times. “He also scored seven runs on the season, being used often as a pinch runner,” the bio says.

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