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#25 Ruben Lile

Height 6-3
Weight 200 lbs.
Class Fr.
Hometown Detroit, Mich.
High School Cass Technical

2013 – – Saw action in three games, recording one solo tackle . . . did not see action in 30-27 opening loss to Northern Illinois . . . saw first action of career in 28-14 win over Missouri State as defense allowed just 197 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 27-21 win at Iowa State, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 59 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 59-3 win over Western Michigan, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 209 yards total offense . . . did not see action in 23-7 win at Minnesota . . . did not see action in 26-14 loss to Michigan State . . . did not see action in 34-24 loss at Ohio State . . . did not see action in 17-10 OT win over Northwestern . . . did not see action in 28-9 loss to Wisconsin . . . did not see action in 38-14 win at Purdue . . . did not see action in 24-21 win over Michigan . . . did not see action in 38-17 win at Nebraska . . . did not see action in 21-14 Outback Bowl loss to LSU.

2012 – – Redshirted.

High school honors – – Earned first team all-state and all-metro honors as a senior . . . was second team all-city and all-metro as a junior . . . Career – – started two years as defensive back and wide receiver, while also handled kicking duties as a prep . . . team captain as a senior . . . helped prep team win state title as a senior with 12-3 overall record . . . prep team was 12-1 as a junior, reaching state semifinals . . . as a senior recorded 50 receptions for 800 yards and 12 touchdowns, while collecting 87 tackles and 25 pass break-ups on defense . . . as a junior totaled 470 yards and four touchdowns on 25 receptions, while collecting 47 tackles, two interceptions and 20 pass break-ups on defense . . . had 32 touchbacks while handling kicking duties as a junior.

Personal – – Born 9/27/94 . . . leisure studies major . . . member of prep Honor Roll . . . parents are Robin Lile and George Bass . . . high school coach was Thomas Wilcher.