Florida Commitment in Action

efensive lineman Antonio Riles (6'4/265) of Archer High School in Lawrenceville, Ga. is committed to the Florida Gators. See him in action in his latest game against South Gwinnett.

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Antonio Riles (6'4/265) of Archer High School in Lawrenceville, Ga. is a defensive lineman who is committed to play college football for the Florida Gators. Riles lines up at defensive end, defensive tackle, and nose guard for Archer depending on the situation. Fitting since he could line up either inside or outside for Florida as he continues to mature.

Riles is strong at the point of attack and quick off the edge. He can dip his shoulders and split a gap, or dig in and hold his blockers in place to let his linebackers run free to make the tackle against the run.

Here is a look at Riles in action in his latest game against South Gwinnett. These clips show Riles' versatility and athleticism whether its attacking the backfield or running downfield after a ball carrier.

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