2012: Started all 55 games in 2012 ... Started 53 games at third base and two at shortstop ... Hit .237 with 49 hits, 19 RBI and 36 runs scored ... Slugged .406, good for third on the team, with a team-high 19 doubles, four home runs and two triples ... Led the team in games started (55), at bats (207), runs (36) and doubles (19) ... Hit .373 versus left-handed pitching ... Hit his first home run of the season against Campbell Feb. 21 ... Also added homers against Virginia Tech, NC State and Longwood ... Had a 10-game hitting streak from Apr. 8 to Apr. 24 ... Posted 13 multi-hit games ... Had three-hit games against Campbell and Maryland ... Totaled five games with multiple RBI ... Went five-for-five on stolen base attempts ... Had a 20-game errorless streak from Feb. 22 to Mar. 24 ... In ACC games, hit .211 with 12 doubles, two home runs and seven RBI ... 12 doubles in ACC games ranked tied for the second-most in the conference.
2011: Started all 56 games as a freshman ... All 56 starts came at third base ... Hit .255 with 55 hits, 32 RBI and 26 runs scored ... Posted a .333 slugging percentage with 12 doubles, one home run and one triple ... Had a team-best 14-game hitting streak ... Had 14 multi-hit games ... Had three-hit games against Richmond, Villanova (twice) and NC State ... Had eight multiple-RBI games ... Had a season-high four RBI against Villanova ... Drove in three runs against Davidson (twice) and Wake Forest ... First career home run came against Davidson ... Hit first career triple against Boston College ... Had a 16-game errorless streak ... Ended the season with a 13-game errorless streak ... Stole three bases in six attempts.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at New Hanover High School ... The conference player of the year and first team all-state as a senior ... Hit .409 with 10 homers and 38 RBI as a senior ... Also tabbed first team all-conference and first team all-area ... Earned the Robert Moore Most Outstanding Player award twice ... Hit .517 during his junior season ... Named first team all-conference as a junior ... Lettered three years as the quarterback on the football team ... Captained the football team as a junior and senior ... Earned the Trey Barrett Leadership Award, the Coach Jap Davis Achievement Award and the United States Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award ... Led the team to the state semifinals in 2009 ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Volunteered with the Salvation Army ... Earned the Presidential Education Award, the North Carolina Scholars Award and the AP Scholar Award.
Personal: Born Jordan Ryan Betts on October 6, 1991 in Wilmington, N.C. ... The son of Keith and Jan Betts ... Has a sister, Rachel ... Father played college baseball and football.