80 Chris Roy

Chris Roy Ohio State
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Name
Chris Roy
Nationality
United States
Position
TE
Birthday
1/18/1970
Hometown
Westerville, OH
High School
DeSales
Height
6'3"
Weight
245
Current Team
Ohio State
Seasons
1988, 1989, 1990, 1991

Major: Business (1989-91)

Weight: 245 (1989-91), 235 (1988)

1991 Media Guide: Came to Ohio State as one of the top tight ends/outside linebackers in the Midwest, but has not played competitively for three years now because of two separate knee injuries and four operations … was originally set to enroll in the fall of 1988, but injured his right knee in the summer when the motorcycle he was sitting on fell over on him … enrolled in the spring of 1989, but injured his left knee in a preseason scrimmage and underwent surgery, sitting out the entire year … then had two or more operations on his left knee, causing him to miss the 1990 season … did practice last spring, but was held out of any heavy contact … will be full-go in the fall.

1990 Media Guide: Has missed each of the past two seasons because of separate knee injuries … was set to enroll at Ohio State in the fall of 1988, but he injured his left knee in the summer when a motorcycle he was sitting on fell over on him … subsequently enrolled in the spring of 1989, but was held out of contact drills … given the green light to play last fall, he injured his right knee in practice and again sat out the autumn and spring sessions … talented athlete who was thought to be OSU’s tight end of the future, but whose future is now uncertain.

1989: Injured his knee before the season and did not play.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Associated Press all-Ohio team at defensive end and the U.P.I. first unit as a tight end … named to numerous All-American teams as a senior when he caught 24 passes for 326 yards … Career totals were 56 receptions for 708 yards and nine touchdowns … DeSales posted a combined record of 33-2 during his three years as a starter … DeSales was unbeaten his sophomore and junior years and won the state title in the former season.

PERSONAL: His brother, Mark, played football at Washington State.

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