Riley King, infielder for the Texas State University Bobcats, transferred to the school after two years at Midland College.
The 5-foot-8, 170-pound native of Bedford, Texas, played in 113 games for Midland over two years, batting .343 and .331, respectively. During year one, 2017, he hit 11 doubles, five triples and a single home run, and stole 13 bases. The next year, his game had improved: 13 doubles, five triples and eight home runs. The number of triples he hit ranked him 60th in the National Junior College Athletic Association.
As his college bio reports, the Trinity High School graduate was a dual sport athlete, playing both basketball and baseball. Under coach William Averitt, King was selected to 2016 All-District 7-6A Second Team in 2015 and 2016, as well as All-District 6-5A Second Team. He played in the 2015 and 2014 Perfect Game Championships.
Duncan saw interest from Lamar University and the University of Texas-Austin before settling on TSU. He is majoring in management.