At Lawrence High he was all Nassau County and New York Times All Stars first team. Brian transferred from Wesley Junior College in Dover, Delaware. He won junior college All American honors there as a running back last year. In the Sterling Silver Bowl, he carried the ball 33 times for 204 yards and one touchdown. He was named Wesley's Back of the Year and Athlete of the Year. Brian was considered to built along the lines of Garrett Ford and Eddie Williams and came to WVU with very high credentials. He was known as "Honey Chiles" by his teammates. As a junior he started slow but came on strong to be the team's third leading ball carrier with 97 rushes for 486 yards and six touchdowns. He was named to the ECAC all star team for the week of Nov. 13 for showing against Virginia Military (23 carries, 152 yards, 1 TD). Brian Chiles gained 888 yards in his career at WVU. Brian is listed as the 16th all-time yardage leader for fullbacks.
Football Facilities at WVU (1960s)
Ben Williams, Jr.