The College of the Ozarks Bobcats added depth to their infield roster Thursday with the signing of Seneca standout, Titus Atkins.
Atkins, a 6’-2” first baseman for the Indians, hit .394 with four home runs and 14 doubles as a sophomore. He garnered all-conference honors as well as achieving academic all-state recognition. Due to Covid concerns, Seneca’s baseball season was canceled his junior year and he had to rely on his travel competition and individual workouts to develop his skills. Playing a competitive travel schedule payed off as his team won the Premier Junior National Championship earlier this year.
“It’s just special to me. I worked my whole life for it,” Atkins says, “Me and my dad, no matter how many times we were on the field, I did it for this. I grinded for this. Just making it to the next level, that’s all that mattered to me.”
Titus and his family are excited to be a part of Bobcat Nation. We congratulate Titus and welcome him to the College of the Ozarks!