|High School:||James Island Charter|
|Patterson's Career Statistics|
Saw action in 32 of the 39 games, starting 19 in left field and two more in center ... registered eight multi-hit games, twice collecting three ... second on the team with four stolen bases ... gunned down a runner at the plate in the series opener at No. 27 TCU ... got out of the gate slowly, but did set a personal best with three hits in four trips to the plate with a double and three RBIs — including two hits in one inning — in a 10-3 win over Nebraska Omaha ... walked, stole second and scored the winning run in a 3-2 victory at 18th-ranked Kansas ... went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs with a squeeze bunt and an infield hit in a 4-3 loss at Princeton ... hit .356 (16-for-45) to end the season, beginning with two hits and an RBI in the second game at Penn ... pinch ran and scored the winning run against Holy Cross in the bottom of the ninth for an 8-7 triumph ... singled, doubled and scored twice in the series finale versus Yale, a 4-2 win ... started the last 11 games of the season in left field ... went 4-for-12 with three runs and a pair of RBIs at Brown to help the Big Green split the four-game series ... began the two-run rally in the ninth of the 3-1, walk-off win over Harvard by legging out an infield hit ... had three hits in six at-bats in the Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia.
Played in all but three games ... hit .444 (12-for-27) with an on-base percentage of .500 when leading off an inning ... seven times rapped two hits in a game ... produced a .364 average (8-for-22) in March ... drove in a run with a sacrifice fly during a four-run, ninth-inning rally in his first career start to help beat Army, 5-2 ... had two singles in the 4-0 win over UAB ... followed that up by going 2-for-3 with a double, walk, stolen base and two runs in a 10-2 victory versus Vassar ... also reached base three times, scored twice and had an RBI against Babson in a 10-3 triumph ... took over as regular starting center fielder on March 31 in a twinbill sweep at Columbia ... singled, walked twice and was hit by a pitch in a 9-4 win at Quinnipiac ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in a 19-4 drubbing of Holy Cross ... was a perfect 2-for-2 with a hit by pitch and three stolen bases, plus preserved the 7-0 shutout over Brown by gunning a runner down at the plate ... poked two singles and threw out another runner at the plate that helped Dartmouth send the game at Yale into extra innings for a 7-3 victory ... had another two-hit game and scored one of the five Big Green runs in a shutout of the Bulldogs.
First appearance came as a pinch runner, scoring a run in a 12-4 win over Sacramento State ... first collegiate hit was a single against Saint Anselm, then came around to score ... scored all three times he served as a pinch runner, including back-to-back days against Penn and Columbia ... drew walks against Amherst and Penn ... singled in two trips to the plate versus Hartford.
Four-time letterman in baseball for Coach Tom Hatley at James Island ... High School Sports Report all-state selection ... All-Lowcountry outfielder as a senior for 43rd ranked team in the country, honorable mention as a junior ... Charleston Post and Courier Male Athlete of the Year ... finished exceptional prep football career with 1,755 passing yards with 17 touchdowns, and 1,027 rushing yards with nine touchdowns as a senior ... 75 receptions for 1,002 yards and 11 TDs as a junior ... one of eight finalists for South Carolina Mr. Football ... USA Today Old Spice National Team .... Orlando Sentinel All-Southern team ... two-time football captain playing for his father, John ... also played basketball and ran track at James Island.
Son of John and Tammy has one sister ... given name is John Norton Patterson, Jr. ... born on May 29, 1992 ... father played football at Guilford College in the late 1970s and cousin, Luke Ledwell plays for Guilford now ... Harvard, Brown and Cornell were among the schools who courted him to play football ... led Big Green football team in receiving yards and touchdown receptions as a freshman and junior ... finished football career with 85 receptions, 1,283 yards and 15 touchdown catches, the last of which ties him for fifth all-time at Dartmouth ... volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.