Dabo Swinney and the Clemson football program got their guy in former TCU offensive coordinator Garrett Riley,
though the upgrade at the position didn’t come cheap.
Riley has signed a three-year contract with the Tigers that will net him 1.75 million annually,
agreed upon Friday. Clemson also gave Riley a $300,000 signing bonus upon joining the Tigers.
A lucrative deal for Riley, he is now the fifth-highest-paid assistant in the country,
and the money doesn’t stop there. Riley has multiple incentives in his contract that could net
him far more earnings depending on how each season turns out.
Check below for the full details on all the incentives in Riley’s contract.