Jordan Dreiling has appeared in 15 games (11 starts) for Kansas this spring while posting a .268 batting average and .388 on-base percentage. Known for a good eye at the plate, the switch-hitter has drawn eight walks versus only three strikeouts. As a redshirt sophomore last year, Dreiling played in 40 games, while hitting .284 with 14 RBI, seven stolen bases, and a .425 on-base percentage. In addition to his defensive versatility, Dreiling will also bring an impressive summer baseball resume along with him to Wisconsin Rapids this summer. The 2012 summer will mark Dreiling’s the fourth different summer league he has played in, in as many years. Last year, Dreiling played for the Hawaii Alliis of the Hawaiian Collegiate Baseball League where he hit .267 with two doubles, two triples and 19 runs scored. He also added 18 RBIs and was successful on 7-of-8 in stolen base attempts. Following his redshirt freshman season in 2010, Dreiling suited up for the Walla Walla Sweets of the West Coast League. He was a member of the Topeka Golden Giants of the MINK League following his senior season of high school. Dreiling attended Free State High School in Kansas where he lettered three years in baseball and was a First Team All-State selection. He was also named Second Team All-Area by the Kansas City Star and First Team All-Sunflower League. As a sophomore, Dreiling helped lead his team to a state championship. He is a native of Lawrence, Kansas.