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Chris Riley
G #72
Height:
6-5
Weight:
305
College:
Illinois State
Hometown:
Wadsworth, IL
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Riley played four seasons in FCS ranks (2007-10) at Illinois State, with a redshirt year in 2006 … Played in 35 games with 31 starts, including starts in every game at T as a junior and senior … As a senior, played RT and aided net offensive output of 4279 yards, eighth-best in school history … As a junior, his pass blocking at LT helped ISU lead conference in pass offense at 246.4 yards per game … Started eight games at LT as a sophomore and aided rushing average of 197.2 yards per game … Born in Evanston, Ill., but hometown is Wadsworth, Ill. … Attended Warren Township High School, where he started at TE for two seasons before moving to T as a senior, and he also started at DE as a senior … Helped lead his prep teams to three straight state playoff berths … Majored at Illinois State in recreation and park administration … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.
Riley played four seasons in FCS ranks (2007-10) at Illinois State, with a redshirt year in 2006 … Played in 35 games with 31 starts, including starts in every game at T as a junior and senior … As a senior, played RT and aided net offensive output of 4279 yards, eighth-best in school history … As a junior, his pass blocking at LT helped ISU lead conference in pass offense at 246.4 yards per game … Started eight games at LT as a sophomore and aided rushing average of 197.2 yards per game … Born in Evanston, Ill., but hometown is Wadsworth, Ill. … Attended Warren Township High School, where he started at TE for two seasons before moving to T as a senior, and he also started at DE as a senior … Helped lead his prep teams to three straight state playoff berths … Majored at Illinois State in recreation and park administration … Signed Bengals contract on 7-28-11.

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