19 Will Fulmer
19 Will Fulmer
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Palm Harbor, Fla.
High School: East Lake
Position: IF

2014... Was selected by the New York Mets with the 655th pick in the 22nd round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft... became the Falcons' highest selection in the program's NCAA Division II era and Montevallo's earliest pick since Rusty Greer was selected by the Texas Rangers with the 279th pick in the 10th round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft in 1990... was named a second team Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Southeast Region selection... was named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week and NCAA Division II Southeast Region Hitter of the Week once during his senior season... was named a Presidential Scholar on the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll... every day starter at second base hit a team-leading .380 to go along with five homers and 45 RBIs... finished with 10 doubles and one triple... scored 62 runs, which ranked him sixth in the Peach Belt Conference and ninth nationally in NCAA Division II... led the conference and ranked fourth nationally with a .529 on-base percentage... recorded a .543 slugging percentage and stole 19 bases in 22 attemtps... his 19 stolen bases ranked him ninth in the conference... recorded 138 assists and helped the Falcons turn 32 double plays while compiling a .978 fielding percentage... set a new school record with 203 runs scored during his four-year career... also holds the all-time record with 801 at-bats in his career... finished second in the program's all-time record book with 278 career hits... finished third in the program's all-time record book with 121 career walks.

2013... Was named a Bronze Scholar on the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll... started all 54 games for the Falcons during his junior season... posted a .321 batting average with one homer and 25 RBIs... finished with 12 doubles... finished with 16 stolen bases in 19 attempts... posted a .445 on-base percentage and a .954 fielding percentage... recorded a season-high four hits against Maryville (Mo.)... finished with a season-high four RBIs against Flagler... scored a season-high four runs against Georgia Southwestern... helped his team, the Orleans Firebirds based in Orleans, Mass., advance to the championship round in the Cape Cod League playoffs during the summer of 2013... was awarded the Castleberry Coaches Award for performance and work ethic on and off the field during his time with the Firebirds while finishing with a .278 batting average, two homers and eight RBIs.

2012... Started all 53 games for the Falcons last season... set a new Peach Belt Conference record with 52 hits during conference games... led the Falcons with a .361 batting average... finished with a team-high 16 doubles, one homer and 28 RBIs... finished with a .443 on base percentage and stole seven bases... was named first team All-Peach Belt Conference and second-team All-Region by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, Daktronics and American Baseball Coaches Association.

2011... Appeared in 42 games while starting 41… batted .321 with 53 base hits including twelve extra-base hits… drove in 16 runs and drew 15 walks… best game was against Augusta State where he batted 3-for-4 with two double, three RBIs and a run scored... had a season-high three hits four times throughout the season.

High School... Prepped at East Lake High School under coach Rob Francis… was injured his senior season but named the team’s co-captain… tied for the county lead in home runs (6) and RBI (29) as a junior… named to the Dunedin Spring Break All-Tournament team as a sophomore… named East Lake “Outstanding Freshman,”… named to the AAU All-Tournament team, and National Youth Baseball Academic All-American… also competed for the Orlando Baseball Academy during the fall and summer… member of Mu Alpha Theta, National Honor Society and the Science National Honor Society.

Personal... An accounting major at UM… is the son of Suzanne and Dick Fulmer… has a sister, Sarah… his father, Dick, ran track at Ohio University.