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John Chiles

| | College: Texas
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Fourth-year player who made the switch to wide receiver from quarterback prior to 2009 spring drills … had served as Colt McCoy's top backup for two seasons … has played in 30 games (18 at QB/12 at WR), starting seven as a wide receiver … notched 36 receptions for 334 yards (9.3 ypc) and three TDs for his career … completed 12-of-22 passes for 166 yards and two TDs … gained 351 rushing yards on 88 attempts with four TDs … appeared in 12 games at wide receiver, including six starts, in 2009 … posted 34 receptions for 319 yards (9.3 ypc) and three TDs and rushed eight times for 37 yards … saw action at quarterback, wide receiver and running back in 2008 … appeared in 11 games … completed 11-of-13 passes for 149 yards and two TDs … rushed for 131 yards and two TDs on 45 carries … completed one pass for 17 yards and rushed 36 times for 191 yards and two TDs as a true freshman in 2007 … graduated early and enrolled at UT in January '07 to take part in spring drills … a member of UT's Athletics Director's Honor Roll (Spring 2008).

2009 Season

Appeared in 12 games, including seven starts at wide receiver … missed two games due to an ankle injury … posted 34 receptions for 319 yards (9.4 ypc) and three TDs … also notched eight rushes for 36 yards … posted three receptions and 35 receiving yards, including a 14-yard TD, against ULM … earned team's Top Contributor award for his performance … registered career highs with five receptions and 49 yards, including a 26-yard TD catch, at Wyoming … hauled in three passes for 30 yards and had a career-long 34-yard run against Texas Tech … posted four receptions for 41 yards versus UTEP … equaled a career-high with five receptions for 21 yards against Colorado … posted two receptions for 45 yards, including a career-long 34-yard TD, at Missouri … added a 16-yard reception at Oklahoma State … registered three receptions for 40 yards versus UCF … caught four passes for 25 yards at Baylor … posted two receptions for 16 yards against Kansas.

2008 Season

Appeared in 11 games at quarterback … also saw action at wide receiver and running back … completed 11-of-13 passes for 149 yards and two TDs … rushed for 131 yards and two TDs on 31 carries … completed 4-of-5 passes for 49 yards and his first career passing TD against FAU … also caught a pass for six yards … gained 72 yards on 10 carries, including a 25-yard TD run, in a win over Rice … also completed a 12-yard pass against the Owls … was a perfect 4-of-4 passing for 28 yards versus Arkansas … rushed for 24 yards on two carries and threw a career-long 51-yard TD pass against No. 11. Missouri … ran for 15 yards on seven carries against Baylor … rushed for a TD and completed a nine-yard pass versus Texas A&M.

2007 Season

Appeared in seven games at quarterback as a true freshman … named one of UT's Outstanding Offensive Newcomers … completed one pass for 17 yards and carried the ball 36 times for 191 yards and two TDs … made his college debut by carrying the ball nine times for 72 yards, including a 23-yarder, in a victory versus Rice … led an 80-yard TD drive and a 59-yard FG drive against the Owls … carried the ball seven times for 26 yards while also completing one pass for 17 yards against Kansas State … also caught a pass for nine yards … led the team with 54 yards on nine carries, including a 23-yard run, and scored an 11-yard TD at Iowa State … rushed five times for 14 yards at Baylor … rushed five times for 21 yards and a TD, while leading Texas on two TD drives, against No. 12 Arizona State in the Holiday Bowl.

High School

Prep All-American and two-time district 4-5AMVP who was also a four-time honor roll student … played in the 2007 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … was a member of ESPN's top 150 national prospects … a first-team member of Dave Campbell's Super Team … three year starter at both quarterback and wide receiver … combined for 2,036 yards passing, 694 yards receiving, 1,248 yards rushing and 56 TDs over his final two prep seasons … tallied 3,978 yards of total offense over that span … threw for 1,805 yards and 24 TDs while rushing for 757 yards and 14 TDs as a senior … completed 56% of his passes … threw for 302 yards, rushed for 85 yards and scored five TDs against Flower Mound Marcus … threw for 215 yards and a TD, while rushing for 118 yards and three TDs against Weatherford … earned district 4-5A Offensive MVP honors as a junior … caught 26 passes for 694 yards and eight TDs, rushed 50 times for 491 yards and nine TDs and threw for 231 yards and a score … averaged 14.1 yards per play … lettered three years in basketball and two years in track and field … averaged 17 points per game in helping Summit to the third round of the playoffs as a junior … posted a 10.5 in the 100 meters as a sophomore and competed in the regional track meet in the 100m, 4x100m and 4x200m relays and the high jump … made the National Honor Roll as a senior … volunteered at a homeless shelter as a part of the Dallas Life Community Service program.


Played piano and guitar as a child … cousin, Vincent Williams, is a sophomore and plays defensive tackle at Texas A&M … cousin, Jerryann Chiles, attended UT … enjoys a wide variety of music from Maroon 5 to Lil' Wayne … full name is John Solomon Chiles … born 10/9/88 in Dallas, Texas.

Latest News
09/25/2010 - WR John Chiles didn't travel to the Tech game with a strained groin muscle and is considered questionable for the UCLA game.

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