Taylor Crabb (born January 26, 1992) is an American beach volleyball player who plays as a left-side defender with his partner Jake Gibb. He has won eight tournaments on the AVP Pro Tour, as well as one gold medal on the FIVB World Tour. Growing up in Hawaii in a volleyball-playing family, the sport was a big part of Crabb's childhood. He was a standout college indoor volleyball player for the Long Beach State 49ers, and was the 2013 collegiate National Player of the Year. Upon graduating in 2014, he spent one season playing in the Pro A indoor volleyball league before leaving to focus on beach volleyball. For the next two years, he had limited success playing with his brother Trevor on the domestic AVP Pro Tour and the international FIVB World Tour. He split from Trevor to team up with Gibb at the end of 2016. In their third season together, Crabb and Gibb won their first World Tour title and entered the top ten of the world rankings. An undersized volleyball player, Crabb has been noted for his speed and knowledge of the sport. He was the 2018 and 2019 AVP most valuable player.