1 Baylor Carnes JR Clarkesville, GA
2 Tyler Popham SO Clarkesville, GA
4 Dylan Alonso SO Clayton, GA
6 Davis Jennings SR Clarkesville, GA
7 Aubrey Higgins SO Cornelia, GA
8 Junho So JR Seoul, South Korea
9 Caleb Whitlock SR Cleveland, GA
10 Drew Bates SO Clarkesville, GA
12 Chathan Clouatre JR Toccoa, GA
13 Frankey Moree FR Bahamas
15 Bryson Halcrook SO Cornelia, GA
18 Aiden Gragg SO Batesville, GA
20 Zach Corwin SR Mt. Airy, GA
21 Cainan Yaskiewicz JR Sky Valley, NC
22 Malique Charlton SO Bahamas
33 Garrett Hunter SR Tallulah Falls, GA
34 Trent Thomas JR Grand, Bahamas


Program History/Records


Andrew Abee ('09) - Tennessee Temple University

Davis Jennings ('20) - Brevard College

Devon Mayfield ('10) - ABAC Jr College

Taylor Wright ('12) - Brown University / Independent Minor League Baseball


The baseball team plays its games at the Higgins Baseball Complex on the Upper School campus, using the varsity field.


Program "At a Glance" (PDF)



Head Coach Mark Wilcox - Head Coach

Mark Wilcox enters his fifth season at the helm of the Indians baseball program going into 2021. A long-time coach who has well nearly 300 career wins, has coached at Rabun County High School prior to coming to Tallulah Falls School. He has led his teams to multiple state playoff berths, and since coming to TFS, has racked up over 30 wins in four seasons (including the extremely short 2020 COVID-plagued season). His 2018 TFS team went 12-12. 

Dustin Rogers - Assistant Coach

Dustin Rogers has been a baseball enthusiast since he could pick up and support the weight of a bat. He was a 4-year letterman at Rabun County High School where he played catcher and won numerous awards. Rogers has been employed at Tallulah Falls School for 25 years where he has served as a dormitory counselor and currently serves as the Director of Security and Assistant Dean of Students. Rogers coached middle school baseball for one year and has been an assistant varsity coach for the past two years. Amongst many hobbies, Coach Rogers most enjoys visiting baseball parks across America and Canada. To date, he has visited 90 minor league stadiums and 24 major league stadiums.