Being the son of a coach usually brings intangibles to a player's competitive resume that others might not possess. Having spent the 2012 season as a redshirt learning from a talented and experienced core group in the secondary, Jake Kiley is looking forward to using his skills and instincts to battle for playing time this fall. Coached by his father, Edward, at New Hampton School, Kiley was a strong contributor on the Dirty Show (scout team) during his redshirt freshman campaign. An athlete with good size, he will look to make an impact for the defense and as a special teams contributor.
2012 (Freshman Season)
Kiley was selected the New England Private School Athletic Conference Class C Player-of-the-Year at New Hampton School. As a senior, he was New Hampshire's No. 1 prospect. Playing defensive back, quarterback and wide receiver, Kiley was a three-time All-New England Class C selection and a two-time Evergreen League Most Valuable Player. He recorded 17 interceptions and 127 tackles in his career. Kiley also accounted for 40 career touchdowns: 22 rushing, 12 passing, five receiving and one return. He also lettered in basketball, golf and lacrosse.
Full name is Jacob Kiley. He is the son of Edward and Carrie Kiley, and has a sister, Madison. His father played football at Springfield College and is the head coach at New Hampton School. Kiley enjoys spending time with his family and watching movies. He is interested in becoming a lawyer. Born February 21, 1994 in Concord, N.H.