#66

Chris Best

Weight:

320 lbs

Height:

6' 4"

Position:

Guard

College:

Waterloo

Birthdate:

Apr 3rd, 1983

Career Years:

8

Team:

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Highlights

2013

Started nine regular season games, West Semi-Final, West Final and Grey Cup at guard…missed nine regular season games due to injury.

2012

Dressed in 13 regular season games, starting ten, and the West Semi Final.

2011

Dressed in all 18 regular season games…was the Riders’ nominee for Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman.

2010

Chris dressed for all 18 regular season games, both playoff games and Grey Cup game. He started 16 games except his first two regular season games.

2009

Dressed in all 18 regular season games and started 12 regular season games at guard. He also started at guard in West Final and Grey Cup.

2008

Dressed in six regular season games as a backup offensive lineman…also spent one week on the Riders four-man reserve list.

2007

Dressed in three regular season games as a backup offensive lineman…spent 11 regular season games and two playoff games on the Riders four-man reserve list…made CFL and Rider debut in week 2.

College

Spent the last two seasons with the University of Waterloo…recipient of the J.P. Metras Award as the top offensive lineman…participated in the East-West Shrine Game in 2007…was selected a CIS All-Canadian in each of his two seasons at Waterloo…was named Male Athlete of the Year at Waterloo…transferred from Duke University after three seasons…dressed in 11 games for Duke in 2004 at left tackle and left guard…dressed in three games during the 2003 season…on the field for a total of 33 plays…dressed in four games during the 2002 season and was in for a total of 41 snaps…named to the Academic Honour Roll in 2003 and 2004….named most improved lineman in 2002 in his sophomore season.

Personal

Chris spent the past off-season in Calgary with his fiancé where he was finishing up his schooling…in his free time Chris enjoys working out, golfing, reading and watching movies.