2018: Homered against Vanderbilt (Feb. 17) and North Carolina Central (Feb. 27) ... Named a first team preseason All-American by Collegiate Baseball, Perfect/Game Rawlings, D1Baseball and Baseball America ... Selected No. 10 on D1Baseball's Top 100 College Prospects List ... Tabbed No. 11 on Baseball America's list of Top 100 College prospects for the 2018 draft ... Rated No. 19 on MLB Pipline's Top 50 MLB Draft Prospects list.
2017: Earned second team All-ACC honors ... Selected to compete in the 2017 College Home Run Derby July 1 in Omaha, Neb. ... One of three Blue Devils to start all 58 games ... Started 51 games in right field and seven as designated hitter ... Led the team in slugging percentage (.546), on base percentage (.425), RBI (56), home runs (13), total bases (119) and walks (41) ... Totaled multiple RBI in a game 14 times, including a season-high five both at Virginia (March 24) and against Pittsburgh (March 31) ... Became the first Blue Devil with 50-plus RBI in a season since Nate Freiman (62) in 2009 ... Also the first Blue Devil with double digit home runs in a season since Jake Lemmerman (10) in 2010 ... Home run total ranked eighth in the school's single season record while his RBI total was good for 10th all-time ... Tabbed the No. 7 outfielder in D1Baseball's Position Power Rankings released April 27 ... Named second team Perfect Game/Rawlings Midseason All-American April 6 ... Hit two home runs in Duke's 12-10 comeback victory at Campbell April 6 ... Belted a grand slam in Duke's 14-0 victory over Pitt March 31 ...Hit his first career home run March 10 versus Virginia Tech ... Tabbed the No. 28 ACC prospect in the 2018 draft class by D1Baseball.com ... Played for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod Baseball League over the summer ... Named to the Cape Cod League All-Star Game ... Earned the CCBL's Robert A. McNeece Award, given to the league's top pro prospect as voted on my Major League Baseball scouts.
2016: Appeared in 35 games as a freshman, starting 20 ... Started 10 games as designated hitters, five in left field and five in right field ... Registered a .205 (15-73) batting average with three doubles, six RBI and nine runs scored ... Drew 11 walks and posted a .306 on base percentage ... Stole three bases on three attempts ... Committed one error in 26 chances for a .962 fielding percentage ... First career hit was a walkoff RBI single to lift the Blue Devils to a series win against then-No. 10 Cal Feb. 21 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park ... Spent the summer with the La Crosse Loggers of the Northwoods League ... Tabbed 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings Second Team Collegiate All-American after leading the Northwoods League with 16 home runs in 58 games ... Ended the summer with a .286 batting average, 15 doubles, 47 RBI, 30 walks and 16 stolen bases.
High School: Three-year letterwinner under coach Wayne Stofsky at Pine Crest School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. … Selected by the Miami Marlins in the 31st round (No. 926 overall) of the 2015 MLB Draft … Tabbed the No. 402 overall prospect in the 2015 class by Perfect Game … Earned 2015 Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-America honors as well as Florida – All-Region Second Team distinction … Hit .341 with eight home runs and 27 RBI as a senior, collecting Sun Sentinel and Miami Herald first team all-county honors … Named Broward High School Hitter of the Year in 2014 after posting a .468 batting average with eight home runs and 33 RBI to go along with a .873 slugging percentage and .587 on-base percentage … Also netted all-district and all-county accolades … Played for the South Florida Elite travel team … Named to the Perfect Game All-Tournament Team at the Florida State Finals … Participated in the prestigious Perfect Game National Showcase.
Personal: Born Griffin Riley Conine on July 11, 1997 in Plantation, Fla. … The son of Jeff and Cindy Conine … Has one brother (Tucker) and one sister (Sierra) … Father was a two-time MLB all-star and played 17 seasons with six teams (Kansas City Royals, Florida Marlins, Baltimore Orioles, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds and New York Mets), winning two World Series titles with the Marlins in 1997 and 2003 ... Majoring in Visual Arts.