Travis Parrott

Travis Parrott (born Travis Lloyd Parrott on Feburary 23, 1985) is a outfielder for the University of Georgia, and former outfielder for Brevard Community College, and Florida Gulf Coast University baseball teams.

High School Years
Parrott was a four-year lettermen for Merritt Island High School from 2000-2003. In 2000, Parrott's freshman year, he was part of the 31-4 squad that captured the Class 5A State Championship.
In 2001, Parrott's sophomore year, he batted .397 with one homerun, 27 RBI as No. 1 state-ranked Merritt Island captured the district championship and made it to the regional semifinal before losing to Lakeland High School 4-3. The Mustangs finished with a 25-10 record. Parrot was named to the Class 5A Third-Team All State baseball team.
In 2002, Parrott enjoyed a breakout junior season, batting .415 with 11 doubles, 8 homeruns, 31 RBI, .815 slugging percentage and 8 stolen bases. Parrott earned First-Team All Space Honors by the Florida Today, Class 4A Second-Team All-State honors, and was chosen as Team MVP.
In 2003, Parrott would wrap up one of the finest four-year careers in school history, batting .454 with 8 homeruns, 34 RBI and 16 stolen bases. Parrott would repeat on the Florida Today First-Team All Space Coast baseball team and the Class 4A Second-Team All-State team as well.


College years
Parrott signed with Florida Gulf Coast University in 2003 to play under Head Coach Dave Tollett. Parrott's freshman year in 2004 at FGCU was a successful one. In his college debut, Parrott went 3 for 5 with 4 RBI against Ed Waters College. Parrott batted .336 (42/125) with one homeruns, 24 RBI, 24 runs, 8 stolen bases, and a .393 on-base percentage in 35 starts for the 39-17 Eagles. Parrott's .336 average was third on the team and he set a school record by starting his college career with 48 at-bats without a strikeout. Parrott registered seven assists in the outfield to go with a .943 fielding percentage.

2005-2006 Parrott would transfer to the Brevard Community College baseball team to play under Head Coach Ernie Rosseau in the spring of 2005. Parrott would go onto red-shirt in 2005. In 2006, Parrott's sophomore year, Parrott batted in the No. 3 spot in the lineup, hitting .354 with 10 doubles, a league-leading 11 triples, one homerun and 23 RBI. The BCC Titans would go onto finish 23-17. Parrott earned Second-Team Southern Conference honors.

2007 After his sophomore season at BCC, Parrott signed with the University of Georgia to play baseball under Head Coach Dave Perno. Parrott settled in Athens, Georgia and appeared in 43 games with 32 starts in left field. Parrott batted .308 (41/133) with 9 doubles, 16 runs, zero homeruns and 15 RBI. In SEC action, Parrott batted a team best .329 in 23 games, 18 starts. Parrott came out the gate slowly, as his average sat at .187 on April 24, 2007. From April 25 - May 19 2007, Parrott hit a blistering .520 (26/50) and finished the year, going 4 for 5 with 3 doubles, 6 RBI against No. 7 University of South Carolina in a 14-13 loss. Parrott also competed against former BCC teammate and USC pitcher Sean Wideberg.



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