Junior College: Played two years under head coach Jeff Lightfoot at Weatherford College ... Was named first team all-conference as a sophomore and second team all-conference during his freshman season ... Set a school single-season record with 82 hits and a .388 batting average ... Recorded a .468 on base percentage ... Finished second on the team in doubles (14), steals (8) and walks (24) ... Finished second in the conference with 20 doubles and 78 hits as a freshman ... Finished the season with a .373 batting average, 20 doubles, 52 RBIs and 48 runs scored ... In 2005, he started for the Weatherford Wranglers of the Texas Collegiate Wood Bat League ... Recorded a .320 batting average with 55 hits, eight doubles and 28 runs batted in ... Was selected to play in the all-star game and the Dr. Pepper's Futures Game at Ameriquest Field.
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Canyon High School ... Named best pitcher and team MVP as a freshman ... Named one of the top 10 outfielders in the state of California by ESPN coming out of high school ... Earned second team all-league honors his junior year ... Guided his prep squad to a league title and a runner-up finish at state that same year ... Named MVP, Best Offense, and first-team all-league his senior year ... Lists a 3-for-4 outing where he hit two home runs and drove in four as his best individual performance as a prepster.
Personal: Son of Gregory and Martha Britton ... Was born on Nov. 12, 1984, in Panorama City, Calif. ... Father played baseball at Southern Illinois ... Younger brother, Buck, is an infielder on the Lumberjack baseball team ... Brother, Zach, plays for Texas A&M ... Is a criminal justice major.