Started in 37 of 39 games in his three-year career at Iowa and was one of five juniors named to the 2011 Leadership Group. As a sophomore, Reiff started at right tackle where the Iowa offense gained 403 yards of total offense in the team’s 24-14 FedEx Orange Bowl win over Georgia Tech in 2010, the Hawkeyes’ first major bowl win since the 1959 Rose Bowl.
2011: Named First Team All-American by Pro Football Weekly, third team All-American by College Football Madness and fourth team All-American by Phil Steele as a junior. Also received honorable mention All-American by SI.com as well as first team all-Big Ten by coaches and media. Started all 13 games at left tackle for the Hawkeyes during the 2011 season.
2010: Named Second team all-Big Ten by league coaches and media and Hustle Team Award, Offense.
2009: Started 11 of 13 games, three at left tackle, seven at left guard and one at right tackle, and was named to the First Team Big Ten All-Freshman team by Sporting News.
Named South Dakota Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior captain at Parkston High School and was a two-time South Dakota Elite 45 team selection under head coach Jon Mitchel.
Year G S
2009 11 13
2010 13 13
2011 13 13
Totals 37 39
If there are any silver linings to take from a disappointing finish to this season it's the play of the offensive line and a few young up-and-comers on defense
Nate Burleson is eager to back on the playing field but will listen to the advice of coaches, trainers and doctors on this one
WR Calvin Johnson was back at practice Thursday while T Riley Reiff worked with trainers off to the side
Both Scott Linehan and Matthew Stafford gave a lot of credit to the Lions' offensive line for its performance in the team's 34-24 win against Minnesota.
GM Martin Mayhew talks about how T Riley Reiff was such a value as the No. 23 pick in 2012 because of his ability to play both guard and tackle
T Riley Reiff and G Rob Sims talk to the media about the cohesiveness of the offensive line, striving for consistency and concentrating despite a loud crowd.