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Chris

Proctor

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Catcher
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 180
Year: Junior
Hometown: Lawndale, N.C.
High School: Burns

Bio

2018: Selected in the 13th round (No. 375 overall) by the Detroit Tigers in the 2018 MLB Draft ... Posted career highs in batting average, runs, hits, doubles, triples, home runs, RBI, walks and stolen bases ... Named to the NCAA Athens Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting .320 to lead Duke to its first Super Regional in program history ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Selected to the Johnny Bench Award Watch List for the nation's top catcher ... Started 62 games, 52 behind the plate and 10 as designated hitter ... Posted a .286 batting average while slugging .407 and recording a .364 on-base percentage ... Totaled 12 doubles, three triples and four home runs ... Homered against Cornell, Richmond, Virginia Tech and Gardner-Webb ... Drove in 46 RBI and scored 43 runs ... Drew 28 walks ... Stole 12 bases in 14 attempts ... Committed three errors in 494 chances, good for a .994 fielding percentage. 

2017: Played in 45 games, starting 43 ... Started 42 games behind the plate and one as the designated hitter ... Missed the first two weekends due to injury ... Hit .255 (38-for-149) with four doubles and two triples ... Knocked in 21 RBI and scored 24 runs ... Drew 12 walks and went 3-for-3 on stolen base attempts ... Did not commit an error in 302 fielding chances ... Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team after posting a .365 (4-for-11) batting average with two RBI over Duke's three tournament games while also turning in a solid defensive performance ... Tabbed the No. 39 ACC prospect in the 2018 draft class by D1Baseball.com ... Played for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the Cape Cod League over the summer ... Earned 2017 Cape Cod League Gold Glove with a .994 fielding percentage.

2016: Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Appeared in 50 games, starting 46 ... Served as Duke’s primary catcher, starting 41 games behind the plate ... Also started five contests as the designtated hitter ... Batted .281 (48-for-171) with a double, two triples, 27 runs and 17 RBI ... Drew 16 walks and was hit by three pitches ... Posted a .351 on base percentage ... Ranked third on the team with 15 multiple hit games ... Committed one error in 309 chances, good for a .997 fielding percentage.

High School: Three-year letterwinner under coach David Wise at Burns High School in Lawndale, N.C. ... Three-time All-South Mountain Athletic Conference (SMAC) choice ... Led Burns to the SMAC championship and 3A Western finals in 2014 ... Listed among the top 1,000 prospects nationally in Perfect Game’s High School Class of 2015 rankings ... Tabbed the No. 204 catcher in the country and No. 83 overall prospect in the state of North Carolina as well ... Garnered 2015 Perfect Game Atlantic Region Honorable Mention accolades ... Collected 2014 Underclass Honorable Mention distinction ... Batted .470 with a .551 on-base percentage and .770 slugging percentage as a junior ... Posted a .326 batting average, .380 on-base percentage and .370 slugging percentage his sophomore season ... Five-time Perfect Game all-tournament team selection ... Tabbed to the 2015 Rawlings Top Prospect list ... Named to the 2013 Atlantic Coast Underclass Showcase Rawlings Top Prospect Team ... Played club baseball with the Upstate Mavericks ... Lettered two season in soccer, one in cross country, one in football and one in basketball ... Earned all-conference honors as a goalkeeper on the Burns’ soccer team ... 2014 Wendy’s High School Heisman Scholarship recipient ... Scholar-Athlete ... Member of the National Honor Society ... AP Scholar with Distinction

Personal: Born Christopher Cole Proctor on March 18, 1997 in Gastonia, N.C. ... The son of Allen and Traci Proctor ... Has one older sister (Chelsea) ... Majoring in political science with a minor in economics and a certificate in markets and management studies. 

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BASE: Proctor Pre NCAA Athens Regional
BASE: Proctor Rips RBI Single Against UNC
Proctor Single Scores Go-Ahead Runs