2019: Earned four wins on the season, posting a 4-1 record along with one save on the mound over his freshman year … ranked fourth on the team in wins … Made his collegiate debut in game two of the series against Lehigh (2/16), tossing 3.0 scoreless innings and recording four strikeouts … pitched the final 3.0 frames in Duke’s combined no-hitter over Penn State (3/1), notching a season-high five strikeouts to earn his first career save … notched his second win of the season in the second game at Clemson (4/20), working 2.2 scoreless innings, yielding two hits while striking out two … earned the win at Boston College (4/27), covering 2.2 frames, allowing one earned run on two hits while walking one and recording one punchout … picked up his fourth win of the campaign in the final game of the NCAA Morgantown Regional against Texas A&M (6/2), going 2.1 scoreless innings, scattering one hit and one walk while collecting two strikeouts.
High School: Four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain at St. Peter's Prep ... 2018 Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American and Northeast All Region 1st Team selection ... 2017 Underclass Second Team selection ... Listed as Perfect Game's No. 213 overall prospect in the class of 2018 as well as the No. 77 right-handed pitcher ... In the state of New Jersey, rated as PG's No. 5 overall prospect and No. 2 RHP in the class ... Posted a 3.18 ERA and 6-2 record as a senior ... Struck out 71 batters over 44 innings while allowing 13 walks and 36 hits ... Went 5-2 in nine starts as a junior in 2017 ... Fanned 56 batters in 47.1 innings and posted a 1.18 ERA ... Participated in the 2017 East Coast Professional Showcase, an event that provides a venue for premier youth baseball players across the eastern United Sates to compete in a professional environment.
Personal: Born Jack Reynolds Carey on September 20, 1999 in Atlanta ... The son of Chris and Alister Carey ... Has one younger brother, Matt ... Father also attend Duke.