MEMBER SIGN IN
Don't have an account? Click Here
Print
#87 Chris Coyle
Position: Tight End
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 240
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Westlake Village, Calif.
High School: Oaks Christian
Experience: 4 Letters

Coyle Named Tight End Performer Of The Week (Sept. 8, 2012)

ASU: Finished third on ASU’s all-time tight end receptions list with 92 career catches...His nine career touchdowns are tied for the fourth most among tight ends in school history…Ranks fifth among all tight ends in school history with 1,192 receiving yards…Played in 40 career games at tight end, starting 26 consecutive 2012-13…Two-time All-Pac-12, including First Team in 2013…Graduated with a BIS degree (Communication/Economics) in Summer 2014…Four-year letterwinner...Awarded the Frank Kush Captains Award at the 2013 team banquet.   

2013: Started all 14 games…First Team All-Pac-12…Earned Sports Illustrated Honorable Mention All-America recognition…Named Second Team All-Pac-12 by Phil Steele and Athlon Sports...Tallied 29 catches for 423 yards and four touchdowns…Had three grabs for 28 yards and a touchdown against Washington State (10/31)...Had five receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown against Washington (10/19)...Had five grabs for 87 yards against USC (9/28)...Had his second touchdown grab of the season on a 45-yard reception against Stanford (9/21)...Had three catches for 33 yards against Wisconsin (9/14)...Had two grabs for 48 yards and a 33-yard touchdown in the opener against Sacramento State (9/5)…Played in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. 

2012: Started all 13 games...Honorable Mention All-Pac-12...Had five touchdown catches on the year, one shy of the single-season tight end record set by Miller and Joe Petty...Finished third in the nation in tight end receptions per game with 4.38...Had two touchdown receptions on three catches against WSU (11/17)...Had five grabs for 85 yards against USC (11/10) with a touchdown - his first since scoring two against Illinois...Led the team in receptions four times this season after posting seven grabs against Oregon (10/18)...Led the team in receptions with 57 and reception yardage with 696...With four catches against Navy (12/29), took over the school record for single-season tight end receptions with 57 (previously held by Zach Miller at 56)...Had the team lead in receptions for a third consecutive game with five against Utah (9/22)...Led the team in receptions against Mizzou (9/15) with five for 43 yards...Exploded against Illinois (9/8) for 10 receptions and 131 yards - tied for the most receptions in tight end history at the school and was the second-highest receiving yards for a tight end in the ASU record books and earned him the Tight End of the Week Award from the College Football Performance Awards for the week...Had two catches against NAU in the season opener for 65 yards...Has 28 career receptions for 374 yards.

2011: Special teams standout...had a fumble recovery on a punt early in third quarter at Illinois...got first catch of his career in opening day win vs UC Davis...followed that up with career long 25 yard snag in blackout upset win vs #19 Missouri...had a catch in first four games...

2010: One of 11 redshirt freshman who saw game action this year...played in every game...big contributor on special teams...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU's offseason strength and conditioning program..

2009: Redshirted, spent the season as a member of the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif...one of the top tight end prospects in the nation and one of ASU's most accomplished offensive members of the 2009 class...was invited to participate in the 2009 U.S. Army All-America game in San Antonio, Texas...was a key three-year contributor on offense and defense for one of the elite high school football programs in America...rated as the No. 19 tight end prospect in the nation by Scout.com...rated as the No. 42 tight end in the country by Rivals.com...hails from the same hometown as former Sun Devil starting quarterback Rudy Carpenter...as a junior, he was named first-team All-League, All-County and was named Oak Christian's Offensive Most Valuable Player...led Oaks Christian with 25 receptions in 2008 totaling 461 receiving yards (18.4 avg.) and six touchdown receptions...had three receptions for 64 yards (21.3 avg.) and two touchdowns against Bakersfield Christian on Sept. 5, 2008...registered a career-long 67-yard touchdown reception against Oak Park on Oct. 31, 2008...totaled four receptions for a career-high 89 yards (22.3 avg.) and two scores against South on Nov. 21, 2008...also played defensive end and collected 57 tackles (42 solo), two sacks and one interception...caught 19 passes for 264 yards (13.9 avg.) with four touchdowns as a junior in 2007...totaled four catches for 49 yards (12.3 avg.) with a touchdown against Nordhoff on Nov. 2, 2007...had a season-high 50 receiving yards on two catches (25.0 avg.) against Serra on Nov. 23, 2007...defensively, he tied for the team lead as a junior with 10.0 quarterback sacks, adding 60 total tackles (45 solo), one interception and one fumble recovery...posted three catches for 42 yards (14.0 avg.) as well as 25 tackles (14 solo) as a sophomore on Oak Christian's varsity squad in 2006...chose ASU over Boise State, UCLA and Washington among others...verbally committed to ASU on July 12, 2008...coached by Bill Redell at Oaks Christian High School.

PERSONAL: Majoring in business at ASU...parents are Richard and Karen Coyle of Moorpark, Calif...father, Richard, played water polo at UCLA from 1972-76...has one sister, Katie...hobbies include wakeboarding and snowboarding...born March 25, 1991 in Camarillo, Calif...full name is Christopher Harlan Coyle.

RECEIVING G REC YARDS
TD
LONG
REC/G
YPC
AVG/G
2011 13 6 73 0 25 0.5 12.2 5.6
2012 13 57 696 5 49 4.4 12.2 53.5
2013 14 29 423 4 45 2.1 14.6 30.2
TOTAL 40 92 1192 9 49 2.3 13.0 29.8
SCORING G TD RUSH REC RET PAT
2PT
FG
TOTAL
AVG/G
2011 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2012 13 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 30 2.3
2013 14 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 24 1.7
TOTAL 40 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 42 1.4
Inside Football
More Headlines
advertisement
Sun Devil Mail
Inferno
Leave No Doubt ST's
Sun Devil Club
Baseball Flex Plans
Leave No Doubt ST's
Mini Plans