In football, he had a career total of 1,336 passing yards and 997 rushing yards at quarterback.
He wrapped up his junior season with the second most steals in school history with 214 career steals.
Kramer started his senior season with his third straight team captain role, becoming only the fourth to do so in school history, behind the likes of Terry Dischinger (1960–62), Brian Walker (1979–81), and former assistant coach, Cuonzo Martin (1993–95).
After the culmination of the regular season, Kramer was given his conference record fourth consecutive Big Ten All-Defensive Team honor, while being named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year for the second time, while also being a Big Ten Honorable Mention and Academic All-Big Ten for the third consecutive year.
With Purdue receiving a 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament, Kramer helped lead the Boilers past heavily favored Siena in the NCAA First Round match up, where he scored 10 points and had 4 steals and onto consecutive Sweet Sixteens after beating Texas A&M, where he tallied 17 points, 3 steals, and 7 rebounds before being held scoreless in his last collegiate game in a loss to Duke.
He averaged 3.5 steals and 15 points in the two games.
In the First Round game, Kramer fell to the floor on a play with the ball, where he made a shot off his knees.Christopher Scott Kramer (Born April 4, 1988) is an American professional basketball player for Khimki of the VTB United League and the Euro League.He played college basketball with the Purdue University Boilermakers.Averaging 7.2 ppg and 2.9 rpg, he had a season high six steals twice against Wagner University and Penn State.He helped lead the Boilermakers to an NCAA Tournament appearance along with Seniors David Teague and current NBA player, Carl Landry, where Purdue beat Arizona in the first round and lost to eventual/defending champs, Florida.He wrapped up his career at Purdue being named a First Team Senior All-American.