|High School:||Saint Mary Catholic Central|
|CAREER STATS -- BATTING|
2018 (JR): Played in all 52 games, starting all but one game ... Played primarily at shortstop and also played second base late in the season ... Hit .293 with six doubles, 17 RBIs and an on-base percentage of .405 ... Led the team in OBP (.405) and drew a team-leading 31 walks ... Also stole five bases in eight attempts ... Ended the season on a six-game hitting streak ... Had a 15-game reached base streak, the second-longest on the team ... Posted 14 multi-hit games ... Had a season-best offensive performance in the home win over VMI, going 3-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBIs ... Hit .313 with 10 RBIs in conference play.
2017 (SO): Heralded as the "Swiss Army Knife" by Coach Finwood, as he played six different positions (2B, SS, 3B, LF, CF, RF) during the season ... Played in 53 games, making 17 starts primarily as a center fielder ... Hit .235 with a .393 on-base percentage ... Recorded his first career hit in the third game of the season vs. LIU Brooklyn ... Recorded one of this three multi-hit games in the 16-1 mercy rule win over Marshall, going 2-for-2, including a walkoff double in the bottom of the seventh ... Notched his lone multi-RBI game of the season against Rutgers with a pair of RBIs ... SUMMER BALL: Helped lead the Charlottesville Tom Sox to a Valley League title ... Hit .296 with 24 runs and 14 RBIs in 33 games ... Also stole four bases.
2016 (FR): Made an appearance in 21 games, mostly as a pinch runner ... Scored five runs overall and stole one base against UTSA ... Played second base three times and registered five assists ... SUMMER BALL: Played for the Owensboro Oilers of the Ohio Valley League, scoring 27 runs, stealing four bases and knocking in 13 runs.
PREP: Played baseball, basketball and football at St. Mary Catholic Central ... Baseball team went 34-7 in 2014-15 and made it to the state quarterfinals ... Earned All-State honors for three years ... Helped lead the team to three league championships and two regional appearances ... Participated in the Michigan All-Star game ... Batted above .300 every year, with a high of .495 as a senior ... In basketball, played point guard and graduated as the all-time assist leader and the second all-time leading scorer ... Earned All-State honors and was asked to play in the Michigan All-Star game ... In football, played quarterback and helped lead the team to a League and State Championship in 2014 and was named to the All-State team ... Also set the school record for passing yards.
PERSONAL: Son of Randy and Kim Windham ... Has one sister Bailey ... Intends to major in criminal justice with aspirations of becoming a FBI agent or working for the secret service.