National offers coming in for Beaverton QB

Kevin Riley is having a busy summer and the offers for his services are starting to roll in from all over the country. Riley, 6-2, 198, is the quarterback for the Beavers of Beaverton (Ore.) High School, a team he helped guide into the 4-A playoffs last year.

Riley has been the center of attention for many programs and will be attending the national Elite-11 camp for quarterbacks on July 25th. He already has five scholarship offers to play football for California, Boise State, Oregon State, UNLV and Portland State. The word about his talents is spreading fast as he expects soon to get offers from Michigan State and Clemson.

"I think I'm one of the top-3 quarterbacks on Michigan State's board, said Riley. "I think I'll be offered by Clemson."

If the name Riley in association with Beaverton High sounds familiar it should. His dad Faustin was the longtime coach for the Beavers and traditionally had one of the toughest and most successful programs in the state of Oregon.

While Kevin will join some of the very best high school quarterbacks in the country in July, he's had some pretty good tutoring at the Greg Barton Football Camps and especially with coaching from former Beaverton quarterback Taylor Barton who has helped Riley along the way. The experience at the Elite-11 should even open more people's eyes to Riley.

Right now, Kevin lists Cal, Boise State, Oregon State, Michigan State and Clemson as his top-5. Last year Beaverton made it to the semifinals of the playoffs before losing to Lake Oswego. Kevin was 144-of-251 for 2,700 yards and 32 touchdowns while giving up only six interceptions.

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