Jordan Ebert
Jordan  Ebert


Foley, Ala.

High School:
Baldwin County

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 177



Played in 55 games with 52 starts ... Hit a team-high .353 ... Second on the team with 29 RBI ... Led team with 72 hits and 204 at-bats ... Finished second in the SEC in batting average ... First on the team with 13 sacrifices ... Stole nine bases ... Hit .331 in SEC play ... Led team with 23 multi-hit games ... Enters 2015 with 36 career multi-hit games ... Had five of Auburn's six outfield assists on the year ... Started two games at second base in place of injured Dan Glevenyak ... Recorded three hits in four of six games from 3/7 through 3/15 ... Went 3-for-3 with a triple, 2 RBI and 3 runs scored in win over Mercer (3/7) ... For the Mercer series, hit .600 (6-10), 5 R, 2 RBI ... Hit .500 (7-14) in Missouri series with 2 RBI ... Had first four-hit game of career, going 4-for-5 in 13-inning loss at Ole Miss (4/4) ... Drove in career-high 4 RBI, going 3-for-4 vs. Bethune-Cookman (5/6) ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Started 54 of 56 games as a freshman, 52 of them at second base and twice as designated hitter ... Had the team's third-best batting average at .303 (50 singles, six doubles, a triple and four home runs), scored 29 times and drove in 22 runs ... Had a .403 slugging percentage and .359 on-base percentage ... Hit second in the lineup 26 times and ninth 15 times ... Recorded Auburn's second- and third-longest hitting streaks during the season ... Had a hitting streak of 13 games to start his career (2/16-3/10), the second-longest on the team during the season and the longest since Casey McElroy hit in 15 straight games in the 2011 season ... Longest hitting streak for an Auburn freshman since Javon Moran also hit in 13 straight in 2001 ... Went 19-47 (.404) and scored nine runs during season-opening streak ... Also had a 12-game streak from March 24-April 13, where he hit .318 with 2 RBI, 5 runs scored and four extra-base hits ... Reached base safely in his first 20 games of the season and in 48 of 54 games he played ... Had a .973 fielding percentage with just six errors on 225 chances, helping turn 34 double plays ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week after helping Auburn to a 4-1 week against Jacksonville State, Samford and Florida, where he hit .579 for the week (11-for-19) with two doubles, a home run, four RBI and five runs scored ... Got hot toward the end of the season, hitting .447 with 2 HR and 8 RBI in the team's final 10 games ... Had four games with three or more hits during the year: 3-for-4, 2B vs. Eastern Illinois (3/2); 3-for-4, run, RBI vs. Samford (5/8); 3-for-4, RBI at Florida (5/11); 3-for-5, 2R, 2RBI vs. Arkansas (5/18) ... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Played for Peter Bezeredi at Baldwin County ... Ranked 137th high school prospect by Perfect Game (2012) ... Hit .344 with 17 doubles, five home runs, 26 stolen bases and 31 RBI as a senior ... Power Showcase First Team All-America ... Finished second in the Power Showcase Home Run Derby at Chase Field ... 2012 ASWA All-State 6A First Team ... Ranked 118th high school prospect by Perfect Game (2011) ... Also played for East Cobb Braves and coaches Kevin Baldwin and Jarrod Roberts ... Was a .404 hitter in the first three years of his high school career with 30 doubles, 24 home runs, 142 RBI and 53 stolen bases ... 2011 Louisville Slugger First Team All-America ... 2011 Perfect Game Second Team All-America ... 2011 Alabama Sports Writers 6A All-State ... 2011 AHSAA South All-Star ... 2011 First Team All-Region ... Perfect Game National Showcase Invitee ... East Coach Pro Showcase Invitee ... Attended Fairhope HS as a freshman and hit .368 with three doubles, five triples, five home runs and 40 RBI.

Jordan Thomas Ebert ... Son of Michael and Tammy Ebert ... Father played baseball at Faulkner State CC and East Tennessee State University ... Major: physical education.

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