An outstanding athlete, Lloyd joins the Pump Jacks with the ability to play multiple infield positions.
A freshman this past season at McNeese State, playing alongside former Pump Jack Seth Granger, Lloyd made a name for himself starting 41 games out of 46 total this spring. He batted .250 with 13 RBI and nine stolen bases in 13 attempts, but he shone in the field, where he made only five errors in over 200 chances for a .976 fielding percentage.
The Marshall, Texas native made a big name for himself athletically at Harleton High School, where he lettered in four sports. In baseball, he batted over .500 in three out of four seasons as a pitcher and a shortstop, earning all-state and district MVP honors. He was all-district on the gridiron as well, playing wide receiver, kicker, kick returner and safety. In addition, he was a point guard on the basketball team and a district champion pole vaulter on the track and field team.