2018 Season: Stepped into the starting catcher role as a sophomore with 38 starts and 41 appearances ... Finished the season tied for second on the team with nine homers ... Batted .235 with six doubles, 26 RBI, 28 runs and a .476 slugging percentage ... Also, Greer served as a defensive stalwort behind the plate, gunning down 20 of 47 baserunners attempting steals for an impressive .574 stolen base attempt percentage ... Commited only two errors at catcher for a solid .994 fielding percentage.

2017 Season: Appeared in 16 games with eight starts behind the dish...Drove a homerun to left field in his first collegiate at-bat with a solo shot against Oakland Feb. 22...Drove in two RBI May 9 against Radford on a single in what would later prove to be the tying and game-winning runs ... Won the 2017 ETSU Bat Blast Championship, a pitcher vs. hitter showdown between the ETSU players in the offseason.

Prior to ETSU: Greer is a very good defender with a plus arm. He was rated by PerfectGame as the sixth best catcher in the state of Tennessee. Aside from his physical abilities, Greer was elected as the captain of both his high school team and summer team, the Atlanta Blue Jays. He will hit for power as he continues to fill out his large frame. Greer comes from a great family and high school that has produced some talented players in the past.