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  Miles Williams

Miles Williams

Player Profile


Windsor, Calif.

High School:
Windsor HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200





Miles Williamsfinished his freshman season at Cal State Northridge with a .262 batting average, three doubles, a home run and five RBI in 30 appearances (14 starts) ... scored six runs on the year and also helped with four outfield assists to cut down runners on the bases ...made his first appearance and went 1-for-2 with a two-run homerun that proved to be the game-winner against Valparaiso (2/28) ... made his first start of the season and went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the victory at Lamar (3/6) ... went 1-for-2 with a run scored and a double against Bakersfield (4/8) ... had a pinch-hit single in the win over Pacific (4/21) ... earned his first career back-to-back starts at UC Davis (4/30 - 5/1) and had two hits, two walks and a run scored over the two games ... hit in each game against UC Riverside (5/13 - 5/15), recording his second career multi-hit game (5/14) and his first career three-hit game with a double and run scored in the finale (5/15) ... had an RBI single at Long Beach State in a 2-0 victory (5/20).


Miles Williams lettered in both football and baseball for the Jaguars ... as a shortstop for three seasons, Williams earned Second Team All-League and Second Team All-Empire honors in 2008, All-League and All-Empire Honorable Mention in 2009, and Second Team All-League in 2010 ... was drafted in the 42nd round by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2010 MLB Draft.


Born in Baton Rouge, La. ... parents are Marilyn and Walter Williams ... lists among his favorites the Texas Rangers, actor Mark Wahlberg, TV shows "Baseball Tonight" and "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" and movie "The Sandlot" ... the best athlete he has played against was Bryce Harper, and the most famous person he has met is Willie Mays ... if he could have dinner with any two people, he would dine with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and President Barack Obama ... his advice to young people is, "stay in school and chase your dreams."