The Bossier Parish Community College transfer is a 6-2 infielder and has a .399 batting average this season with one home run and 30 runs batted in.
At Airline High School, Daughdrill was named all-state and first-team all-district in both his junior and senior seasons.
He was the District 1-5A Player of the Year his junior season with a .425 hitting average, two homers, 15 doubles, 3 triples and 10 stolen bases on his way to a district championship.
He had a .389 batting average his senior year with two homeruns, 11 doubles, two triples and 12 steals. He led his team to a number 12 ranking in the state.
The two-year letterman was coached by Toby Todd and graduated with a 3.1 grade point average.
He is nursing major and psychology minor and career plans of being a nurse practitioner.
The junior college transfer from Seminole State was voted all-conference in his freshman season. He is currently leading the sixteenth-ranked Trojans in batting average (.362), home runs (4), and runs batted in (32) along with a perfect five-of-five in stolen bases.
He was a three-year letterman including his junior season when he hit four homeruns with a .508 batting average. He was coached in high school by Kevin James.
At Yukon High School, the 6-5 outfielder was named all-area, all-conference, All-Oklahoma, and Daily Oklahoman All-State, which featured the 10 best players in the state, his senior season with a .492 batting average and eight home runs. He led his team to the state runner-up.
He has plans to major in Physical Education and wants to be a teacher and a coach.