2018: Appeared in 20 games with seven starts ... Hit .457 (16-for-35) with five doubles and two home runs ... Slugged .771 and posted a .548 on-base percentage ... Drove in 11 RBI and scored nine runs ... Made his collegiate debut February 18 at Vanderbilt ... Registered the first two hits of his career April 3 at Richmond ... Had two hits in the regular season finale at Georgia Tech ... First career extra base hit was a three-run double in the top of the ninth of Duke's come-from-behind victory over Campbell in the NCAA Athens Regional ... Belted his first career home run at the NCAA Athens Regional in the second inning against Troy ... Homered again versus Troy, finishing the game 4-for-5 with two home runs, two singles, five RBI and a walk ... Named to the NCAA Athens Regional All-Tournament Team and was selected as the Most Outstanding Player of the regional after going 10-for-14 with two home runs, three doubles, nine RBI, six runs and three walks to lead Duke to the first Super Regional in program history ... Named to the 2017-18 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
High School: 2017 Rawlings/Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American ... Named to the 2017 Atlantic All-Region second team ... Selected as the 2017 PAC-6 Player of the Year ... Four-time all-conference pick ... Hit .600 (39-65) with 28 RBI, eight doubles and four home runs in 22 games as a senior ... Tabbed a 2016 Perfect Game Underclass third team selection ... Hit .409 as a junior with 27 RBI, five doubles, four triples and two home runs ... Rated as a top 500 overall prospect in the 2017 recruiting class as well as the No. 19 first baseman in the country by Perfect Game ... Also tabbed the organization's No. 26 overall prospect and top first baseman in the state of North Carolina ... Member of the National Honor Society and the National Technical Honor Society.
Personal: Born Chris Stephen Crabtree on October 6, 1998 in Durham, North Carolina ... Son of David and Linda Crabtree ... Has three older brothers: Justin, Ben and Corey ... Brother Justin played baseball at Virginia Intermont College.