Before Dozier's senior season (2015) at Arlington Heights (Texas) High School, he committed to the University of Virginia. He played football (quarterback/punter), as well as baseball (outfielder/pitcher).
- Doak is tall, thin and athletic.
He's a fan of Derek Jeter, "the classiest player of all time," according to Doak.
Dozier does a lot of weight lifting/training accompanied by a speed and agility workout 3 or 4 times a week and hitting/throwing on the other days.
- Likes the saying: "Live life like a 3-1 count."
- Ping pong is Doak's 2nd-favorite sport.
Favorite movie: Frozen.
- Best Present he's ever received: Beats by Dre speakers.
Music: Anything by Calvin Harris. Meal: Steak and potatoes. Superstitions: I always put my left shoe/cleat on first.
Doak's parents are David and Donna Dozier and they named their son after football legend Doak Walker. Dozier has one younger sister, Charlotte.
- In high school, Dozier graduated Magna Cum Laude and finished seventh out of 337 students in his graduating class. Doak was a member of National Honor Society; also was a Yellow Jacket Scholar and Director of Athletics Scholar.
|Home:||Fort Worth, TX||Team:||U. of Virginia|
|Draft:||2018 out of U. of Virginia|
- Dozier is a lefthanded toolsy hitter. Using a spread stance, he is an upper half rotational hitter who is learning to incorporate his lower half. So expect lots more power. (Spring, 2015)
- Doak's very fast hands equal fine bat speed. He handles the barrel well.
- Dozier impresses the way he makes adjustments to pitches.
- Dozier shows some ability to hit for average and power. He has a quick left-handed swing and manages the strike zone well for a teenager. His 6-foot-3 frame gives him the leverage and projectable strength to become a home run threat once he matures physically. (Spring 2015)
- Doak's excellent speed equals excellent range in center field.
- Dozier has a strong arm (a 60) but is improving both the accuracy of his throws but also working on the on-line plane.
- Dozier's best pure tool is his plus speed, which he uses well in center field. He runs the 60 in 6.57 seconds.