|High School:||Parkview HS|
2009 (As a Junior) – Named to the 2009 PBC All-Tournament Team...started all 58 games…collected a team third-best .364 batting average…in 236 at-bats, recorded team second-highest 61 runs…drove in 27 runs…posted team second-highest 12 doubles and co-led the team with two triples…had 10 stolen bases in 14 attempts...named Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll Bronze Scholar.
2008 (As a Sophomore) – Named to the 2008 PBC All-Conference Team and the 2008 Rawlings/ABCA South Atlantic Region Team…played and started in all 62 games for the Saints…hit .356 with eight home runs and a team leading 98 hits…drove in 45 runs and led the team in doubles with 22, triples with three, and stolen bases with 24…had 31 walks in 275 plate appearances.
2007 (As a Freshman) – Named Peach Belt Conference Freshman of the Year...named to Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll played and started 55 games as a true freshman...lead team with a .360 batting average...collected a team-high 80 hits...scored a team-high 50 runs...collected seven doubles and two triples...hit two homeruns and collected 27 RBI...collected 31 walks...recorded 13 stolen bases on 15 attempts...recorded six outfield assists...named Peach Belt Player of the Week.
High School – Played baseball for head coach Chan Brown at Parkview High School...named Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal Constitution...named Player of the Year by Gwinnett Daily Post...named Player of the Year by Gwinnett Prep Rally...named Player of the Year by Gwinnett Dugout Club...member of Georgia Braves 400 Club...named Scholar-Athlete for three seasons...most Valuable Player during senior season...named to High School All-Star Team...selected to Team Georgia during senior season...hit .515 with nine homeruns and 24 RBI during senior season...connected for seven doubles and four triples during senior season...scored 49 runs and stole 22 bases during senior season.
Personal – Son of Russ and Charlotte Brisson...has one brother – Corey...majoring in Math Education.