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NC State Football

Wolfpack Trio Granted Additional Years of Eligibility

June 29, 2020

NC State graduates Tyrone Riley, C.J. Riley, and Dylan Autenrieth missed last season due to injury and have been granted additional years by the NCAA.

Offensive lineman Tyrone Riley was injured during fall camp and missed the entire 2019 season.  He applied for a waiver and was granted a sixth season, which he will use during the 2020 campaign.   Riley is expected to compete for a starting job this season on the offensive line.

Wide receiver C.J. Riley suffered a knee injury in the season opener and missed the entire season.  Riley now has two more years of eligibility remaining.

Tight end Dylan Autenrieth was the Pack’s top returning blocker at tight end but was injured in the loss at West Virginia.  The injury forced him to miss the remaining nine games of the season.  Autenrieth also now has two more years of eligibility remaining.

All three players were starters going into the 2019 season.

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