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1
Ezekiel Ansah  (Sr), DE
6-5 271 4.56
  Ezekiel Ansah heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Lions' picks: Round 1/5 - Ziggy Ansah, DE, 6-5, 271, BYU...The Lions may have preferred one of the elite offensive tackles, but this is hardly a consolation prize. The need at defensive end is acute and this guy is an athletic marvel - body by LeBron James, with 4.6 speed, a 35-inch arm span, 34-inch vertical, and 10-inch hands. QUOTE TO NOTE: "I don't know if I want to use the word hate because you can't concentrate if you hate somebody. You've got to love them. If you love somebody, you want to grab them. So, I love quarterbacks." -- DE Ziggy Ansah on whether he hates quarterbacks. - The Sports Xchange
5
Kyle Van Noy  (rSr), OLB
6-3 243 4.62
  Kyle Van Noy heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Lions' picks: Round 2/40 - Keith Van Noy, OLB, 6-3, 243, BYU....The Lions are going to deploy a closed end and an open end along the defensive front this year. Van Noy, who was a disruptive force both in pass rush and coverage, will play on the open side along with fellow BYU product Ziggy Ansah. The Lions thinks he fits the role so well, they traded up five spots to get him. - The Sports Xchange
6
Dennis Pitta  (Sr), TE
6-5 245 4.68
  Dennis Pitta heading into Sr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rec: 83-1083-13-6; 1 Sol-2 TT; Suffered MCL sprain in November 2008 but played the next week against Utah. Named to the All-MWC First Team … Third Team All-American by Rivals.com … honorable mention All-American by College Football News and SportsIllustrated.com … Rotary Lombardi Award and Biletnikoff Award candidate … John Mackey Award semifinalist … Academic All-MWC … named the John Mackey Tight End of the Week following his performance against Northern Iowa (11 receptions for 213 yards) … caught a six-yard touchdown pass from Max Hall with under two minutes remaining against UNLV to regain the lead and seal the victory for BYU … named the MWC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and the John Mackey Tight End of the Week following following the CSU game (12 receptions, two TD) . 2007: 13 GP; 5 GS; Rec: 59-813-13.8-5; KR: 2-7-3.5-0; Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … a first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection … finished the season as the fifth ranked tight end nationally (second ranked sophomore), averaging 63 yards per game … led all tight ends in the MWC (sixth overall) with 59 receptions on the season, averaged 4.5 per game. 2006: Served an LDS Church mission in the Dominican Republic. 2005: Served an LDS Church mission in the Dominican Republic. 2004: 11 GP; 0 GS; Rec: 17-176-10.4-2; Led all BYU tight ends in receptions, yards and touchdown receptions. 2003: Gray-shirted. Personal: BYU QB Max Hall is Pitta's brother-in-law … an Eagle Scout … father played middle linebacker for California from 1968-1969.
7
Manase Tonga  (rSr), FB
5-11 245 4.84
  Manase Tonga heading into rSr season: .
9
Daniel Sorensen  (rSr), SS
6-1 205 4.66
  Daniel Sorensen heading into rSr season: .
10
Dallas Reynolds  (Sr), C
6-5 309 5.28
  Dallas Reynolds heading into Sr season: 2007: First team All-Mt West at left tackle...Started all 13 games at left tackle ... has started 38 straight games, including 12 starts as a freshman and 13 starts last season as a sophomore ... recorded over 50 knock-down blocks on the season, including nine against Wyoming ... did not allowed a single sack against a MWC opponent ... recorded a season-high 94% grade against Air Force and a 91% grade in the Cougars' 35-10 win over Wyoming ... graded out with an 80% or better in each of the Cougars' 13 games on the season ... anchors an offensive line that has provided pass protection for the nation's 15th ranked offense ... part of an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... also led the MWC and ranked 25th in total offense, averaging 442.8 yards per game ... part of an offensive unit that helped the Cougars lead the Mountain West with an average 30.1 points per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game...2006: Started all 13 games for the Cougars, including three games at right tackles and 10 games at left tackle ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation) ... 2005: Earned letterman honors as a freshman ... named a freshman All-American by Rivals.com (second team) and Sporting News (third team) ... named the team offensive rookie of the year ... started in all 12 games ... helped anchor an offensive unit that averaged 33.0 points per game, second in the MWC, and 462.4 total yards per game, second in the MWC and 13th in the nation, including 152.3 yards rushing and 310.1 yards passing ... father, Lance is the associate head football coach and running backs coach at BYU ... older brother, Lance, played center for the Cougars ... younger brother, Matt, signed a National Letter of Intent to play offensive line for the Cougars after returning from his Church mission in Germany ... youngest brother Houston has also signed to play for BYU after serving a mission in Germany.
13
Hebron Fangupo  (rSr), DT
6-1 323 5.12
  Hebron Fangupo heading into rSr season: .
13
Ray Feinga  (rSr), OG
6-4 337 5.32
  Ray Feinga heading into rSr season: 2007: Suspended for one game for violating team rules. Started 12 of 13 games at left guard for the Cougars ... earned letterman honors ... recorded over 70 knock-down blocks on the season ... did not allowed a single sack all season ... graded out at 82% or above in each of the 12 games he has played ... three times earned a grade of 90% or better during the season, including a 91% rating against Utah ... helped anchor an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game...2006: Saw action in all 13 games as a sophomore ... started at left guard in 10 games ... earned letterman honors ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents ... 2005: Played in eight games during the season ... started against New Mexico ... helped anchor an offensive unit that averaged 33.0 points per game, second in the MWC, and 462.4 total yards per game, second in the MWC and 13th in the nation, including 152.3 yards rushing and 310.1 yards passing...2004: Redshirted as a true freshman.
15
*Austin Collie  (Jr), WR
6-1 200 4.56
  *Austin Collie heading into Jr season: 2007: Earned second team All- Mountain West conference honors as a sophomore and earned honorable mention All-MWC honors as a kick returner ... led the roster with 56 receptions for 946 yards, averaging nearly 73 yards per game ...2006: Named a Second Team All-American by The Sporting News ... named Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year ... named Honorable Mention All-MWC ... holds the BYU freshman record for touchdown receptions (eight) and receiving yards (771) ... the national freshman statistical leader (4.8 receptions per game) ... led BYU in receptions (53) and touchdowns (eight) ... second on team with 771 receiving yards ...father played football at BYU from 1979-1982 and in the CFL (Hamilton Tigercats) ... brother Zac played receiver for the Cougars.
16
Andrew Rich  (Sr), SS
6-3 220 4.65
  Andrew Rich heading into Sr season: 2010: All-MWC First Team ... Phil Steele All-MWC First Team ... Burlsworth Trophy candidate ... played in East-West Shrine Game ... Academic All-MWC ... team flag bearer at Utah ... MWC Defensive Player of the Week vs. Colorado State ... led the team with 110 tackles, the third-highest total by a BYU player in the last 20 years ... also led BYU with 63 solo tackles, 47 assisted tackles, 5 interceptions, 8 pass breakups and 3 fumbles forced ...2009: All-MWC Second Team selection ... Academic All-MWC ... earned letterman honors as a junior ... started all 13 games at safety ... led the team in tackles with 85, 51 solo ... led the team with four interceptions for 91 yards ... recorded his first career sack against New Mexico ... forced two fumbles in the season opener against No. 3 Oklahoma ... named MWC Defensive Player of the Week following the Oklahoma game ... had 3.5 tackles for loss and three pass breakups ... recovered a fumble in the Utah State game ... had a career-high 12 tackles against New Mexico. 2008: Earned letterman honors as a sophomore ... saw action in all 13 games, including three starts ... Academic All-MWC ... made his first career start against Colorado State ... totaled 26 tackles on the season, including 13 solo ... intercepted a potentially game-tying touchdown pass in the endzone as time expired against UNLV ... forced a fumble against SDSU ... recovered a fumble at Utah State ... also recorded one pass breakup on the season. JUCO: Led Snow College with 120 tackles and five interceptions in 2007 … earned first-team all-league and second-team All-America honors at safety as a true freshman … helped lead the Badgers to the NJCAA National Championship game … posted an 11-1 record during the season. Served a church mission in Portland, Oregon (2004-2006).
16
Matt Reynolds  (rSr), OT
6-5 302 5.27
  Matt Reynolds heading into rSr season: 2010: All-MWC First Team ... started all 13 games ... helped BYU achieve seven 200-yard rushing games this season, the most for BYU since 2001, including an average of 198.5 yards in eight MWC games … helped BYU hold opponents to zero sacks in four games and two or fewer in 11 games. 2009: Named to the All-MWC first team … started all 13 games at left tackle … part of a unit that averaged only 1.77 sacks per game … vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU lead the nation with a 55.62 third-down conversion percentage on the season. 2008: Named Freshman All-American by the Football Writers Association of America … recipient of the Cougar Club's Male Rookie of the Year award … started all 13 games at left tackle for an offensive unit that led the conference and ranked No. 6 nationally in passing per game (310.38) and No. 16 in total offense (444.77) … part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game … vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 55.7 third-down conversion percentage on the season (2nd in the nation). 2007: Redshirted after returning from a LDS mission in Munich, Germany in June 2007. Personal: Father, Lance, is the associate head coach and running backs coach for the Cougars ... brother Dallas is a starting offensive lineman for BYU ... younger brother Houston, signed with BYU in 2007 … oldest brother, Lance, was the Cougars' starting center.
17
Travis Bright  (rSr), OG
6-4 321 5.26
  Travis Bright heading into rSr season: 2007: Broke leg in Las Vegas Bowl, metal rod was inserted through the bone...Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors ... started in all 13 games for the Cougars at offensive guard ... earned letterman honors ... graded out as one of the Cougars' top offensive linemen ... part of an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... also led the MWC and ranked 25th in total offense, averaging 442.8 yards per game ... part of an offensive unit that helped the Cougars lead the Mountain West with an average 30.1 points per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game...2006: Earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors ... started in nine games as a sophomore, including seven games at right guard and two games at left guard ... played in all 13 games ... earned letterman honors as a sophomore ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation) ... helped lead the Cougars to a league-best 277 first downs during the season ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents ...2005: Sat out the 2005 season as suffering a leg injury during fall camp...2004: Redshirted as a true freshman...2003: Served a Church mission to Detroit, Mich (2002-2004). 2002: Served a Church mission to Detroit, Mich (2002-2004).
18
Terence Brown  (rSr), C
6-3 303 5.05
  Terence Brown heading into rSr season: .
18
Paul Lasike  (Sr), FB
6-0 227 4.73
  Paul Lasike heading into Sr season: .
18
Max Hall  (rSr), QB
6-1 209 4.84
  Max Hall heading into rSr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 65-115-1.8-4; Pass: 477-330-69.2-3957-35-14; 2 Sol-2 TT; Named to the All-MWC Second Team … named an All-American honorable mention by SportsIllustrated.com … earned an ESPN helmet sticker for his performance against UCLA, where he completed 27-of-35 passes for 271 yards and seven touchdowns; Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week … three-time MWC Offensive Player of the Week … semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien Award … team captain … his seven touchdown passes against UCLA set a new MWC record and tied the BYU all-time record … ranked No. 6 in the nation in passing yards per game (304.38), No. 7 in total passing yards (3,957), No. 8 in completions per game (25.38, No. 9 in total offense (313.23) and No. 11 in passing efficiency (157.21) while completing 69.2 percent of his passes and totaling an MWC single-season record 35 touchdowns … Andy Reid Competitive Greatness Award. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 52-14-0.3-1; Pass: 496-298-60.1-3848-26-12; Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … earned All-Mountain West Conference first-team honors … received the Andy Reid Competitive Greatness Award … led the conference with an average 296.0 yards passing per game … the nation's top-ranked sophomore quarterback, passing for a nation's best 3,848 yards over 13 games … named the MWC Offensive Player of the Week after completing 26-of-37 attempts for 331 yards and three touchdowns to help BYU clinch a share of the MWC title with a 35-10 win over Wyoming … led the MWC with an average 297.1 yards of total offense per game … had a league-high 26 touchdown completions on the season … led BYU to its second straight Conference title with a 11-2 record, 8-0 against league opponents. 2006: Sat out the 2006 season after transferring from Arizona State … quarterbacked the scout team during the season. 2005: Served an LDS Church mission in Des Moines, Iowa. 2004: Redshirted at Arizona State as a true freshman. Personal: Brother-in-law of BYU TE Dennis Pitta. Nephew of Danny White, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and head coach of the Utah Blaze (Arena Football League).
22
Devin Mahina  (rSr), TE
6-6 247 4.83
  Devin Mahina heading into rSr season: .
25
Braden Brown  (Sr), OT
6-6 310 5.20
  Braden Brown heading into Sr season: .
26
Braden Hansen  (rSr), OG
6-5 310 5.71
  Braden Hansen heading into rSr season: .
26
Craig Bills  (rSr), SS
6-1 205 4.68
  Craig Bills heading into rSr season: .
26
Eathyn Manumaleuna  (rSr), DT
6-2 296 5.12
  Eathyn Manumaleuna heading into rSr season: .
29
Alani Fua  (rSr), OLB
6-5 228 4.74
  Alani Fua heading into rSr season: .
30
Kaneakua Friel  (rSr), TE
6-4 254 4.89
  Kaneakua Friel heading into rSr season: .
30
Uani Unga  (rSr), ILB
6-1 231 4.82
  Uani Unga heading into rSr season: .
31
Andrew George  (rSr), TE
6-4 247 4.78
  Andrew George heading into rSr season: .
31
Robertson Daniel  (Sr), CB
6-1 198 4.56
  Robertson Daniel heading into Sr season: .
33
Solomone Kafu  (rSr), OG
6-2 315 5.38
  Solomone Kafu heading into rSr season: .
34
Marques Johnson  (rSr), DT
6-2 308 5.23
  Marques Johnson heading into rSr season: .
37
Cody Hoffman  (Sr), WR
6-4 223 4.62
  Cody Hoffman heading into Sr season: .
41
Jan Jorgensen  (rSr), DE
6-2 256 4.92
  Jan Jorgensen heading into rSr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite…2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; 22 Sol-54 TT, 8.5 TFL, 5 SK, 1 PBU, 11 QBH, 1 FR, 2 FF, 1 BLK; Named to the All-MWC First Team for the second consecutive year … Academic All-MWC … ARA Sportsmanship Award finalist … All-America candidate … named to the 2008 Rotary Lombardi Award and Ted Hendricks Award watch lists … team captain … started at right end … clinched BYU's 28-27 win over Washington after blocking the Huskies' extra point attempt which would have forced an overtime situation … forced a fumble on CSU's potentially game-winning final drive, helping to preserve the Cougars 45-42 victory … lead the team with five sacks … Bart Oates Award for Honor. 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 40 Sol-77 TT, 20 TFL, 14 SK, 2 PBU, 5 QBH; Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … received the Bart Oates Big Brother Award … earned All-Mountain West Conference First Team honors … lead the MWC and ranked 12th nationally with 20 tackles for a combined loss of 115 yards … lead the MWC and ranked in the nation's top-10 in sacks, recording 14 on the season for a combined loss of 91 yards. 2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 14 Sol-34 TT, 5 TFL, 5 SK, 2 QBH, 2 FR; Earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors … nominated for national and conference freshman honors. 2005: Redshirted as a true freshman. Personal: Served a Church mission in Boise, Idaho before attending BYU … brother, J.D. played tight end at Utah.
46
DeOndre Wesley  (Sr), OT
6-7 330 5.43
  DeOndre Wesley heading into Sr season: .
47
Spencer Hadley  (Sr), OLB
6-1 228 4.71
  Spencer Hadley heading into Sr season: .
48
David Oswald  (rSr), OT
6-8 330 5.34
  David Oswald heading into rSr season: 2007: Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors ... earned the Todd Christensen Academic Excellence Award ... started all 13 games at right tackle as a junior ... earned letterman honors ... part of an offensive unit that led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 14th in the nation in passing offense, averaging 298.4 yards per game ... also led the MWC and ranked 25th in total offense, averaging 442.8 yards per game ... part of an offensive unit that helped the Cougars lead the Mountain West with an average 30.1 points per game ... part of a unit that averaged only 1.54 sacks per game... 2006: Earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors ... saw action in all 13 games during the season ... earned letterman honors ... started three games at right tackle ... part of an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation) ... provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation) ... helped lead the Cougars to a league-best 277 first downs during the season ... vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 56.6 regular-season third-down conversion percentage (3rd in the nation) ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents ... 2005: Redshirted after returning from a Church mission...2004: Served a Church mission in Hamburg, Germany...2003: Served a Church mission in Hamburg, Germany...2002: Played in eight of the Cougars' 12 games during the season ... saw action on special teams ... played offensive tackle in both JV games.
49
Vic So'oto  (rSr), DE
6-3 263 4.68
  Vic So'oto heading into rSr season: .
56
David Nixon  (Sr), OLB
6-3 225 4.64
  David Nixon heading into Sr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 38 Sol-66 TT, 10 TFL, 4 SK, 2 PBU, 2 QBH...Earned 2007 Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors ... earned letterman honors as a junior ... started all 13 games as an outside linebacker ... credited with a career-high 66 tackles on the season, including a career-best 38 solo tackles ... had a season-high 8 tackles against Tulsa, including seven solo stops ... equaled his season high with 8 tackles against TCU, including 8 solo takedowns ... credited with 10 tackles for a combined loss of 44 yards, including four sacks for 32 yards ... had two QB hurries and two pass break-ups...2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 37 Sol-62 TT, 10.5 TFL, 3 SK, 5 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FF; Earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference ... earned letterman honors as a sophomore ... totaled 62 tackles on the season, including a season-high nine tackles in the Cougars' 47-17 victory over San Diego State ... totaled 37 solo takedowns ... credited with 25 assisted tackles ... 2005: Served a Church mission in Quito, Ecuador...2004: Served a Church mission in Quito, Ecuador...2003: 12 GP; 2 GS; 19 Sol-57 TT, 11 TFL, 3 SK, 3 PBU; Played in all 12 games during the season ... made two starts during the season ... recorded 57 tackles, tied for fourth on the team ... was second on the team with 11 tackles for a combined loss of 26 yards ... recorded three sacks for a combined loss of 15 yards ... had three pass breakups.
60
McKay Jacobson  (rSr), WR
5-10 188 4.50
  McKay Jacobson heading into rSr season: .
71
Ross Apo  (rSr), WR
6-3 207 4.67
  Ross Apo heading into rSr season: .
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Michael Reed  (rSr), WR
6-1 200 4.60
  Michael Reed heading into rSr season: .


  Draft Scout Team View, All BYU Prospects
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1
Ansah, Ezekiel
DE,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-5 271 4.56
5
Van Noy, Kyle
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-3 243 4.62
6
Pitta, Dennis
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2010 6-5 245 4.68
7
Tonga, Manase
FB,(rSr), Proj:
2010 5-11 245 4.84
9
Sorensen, Daniel
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-1 205 4.66
10
Reynolds, Dallas
C,(Sr), Proj:
2009 6-5 309 5.28
12
Kaufusi, Bronson
DE,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-7 263 4.78
13
Feinga, Ray
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-4 337 5.32
13
Fangupo, Hebron
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-1 323 5.12
15
Collie, *Austin
WR,(Jr), Proj:
2009 6-1 200 4.56
16
Reynolds, Matt
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-5 302 5.27
16
Rich, Andrew
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2011 6-3 220 4.65
16
Kanuch, Tuni
OG,(rFr), Proj:
2018 6-2 325 5.06
17
Bright, Travis
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-4 321 5.26
18
Brown, Terence
C,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-3 303 5.05
18
Hall, Max
QB,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-1 209 4.84
18
Lasike, Paul
FB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-0 227 4.73
18
Hornung, Reed
LS,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-1 255 5.17
21
Hill, Taysom
QB,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-2 221 4.62
22
Mahina, Devin
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-6 247 4.83
25
Brown, Braden
OT,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-6 310 5.20
25
Vakapuna, Fui
FB,(rSr), Proj:
2009 5-11 244 4.83
25
Stephenson, Riley
P,(Sr), Proj:
2013 6-0 217 4.95
26
Hansen, Braden
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-5 310 5.71
26
Tausinga, Kesni
DT,(rFr), Proj:
2018 6-1 300 5.44
26
Manumaleuna, Eathyn
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-2 296 5.12
26
Williams, Jamaal
RB,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-0 200 4.56
26
Bills, Craig
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-1 205 4.68
27
Payne, Mitch
K,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-2 213
29
Fua, Alani
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-5 228 4.74
29
Arellano, Scott
P,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-1 190
30
Unga, Uani
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-1 231 4.82
30
Friel, Kaneakua
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-4 254 4.89
31
Daniel, Robertson
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-1 198 4.56
31
George, Andrew
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-4 247 4.78
33
Kafu, Solomone
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-2 315 5.38
33
Kaveinga, Uona
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2013 5-11 231 4.66
34
Johnson, Marques
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-2 308 5.23
37
Hoffman, Cody
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-4 223 4.62
37
Ogletree, Brandon
ILB,(Sr), Proj:
2013 5-11 236 4.65
41
Peck, Remington
DE,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-4 250 4.86
41
Jorgensen, Jan
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-2 256 4.92
41
Kurtz, Nick
WR,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-5 205 4.56
42
Pikula, Manoa
ILB,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-1 235 4.84
43
Sampson, Joe
FS,(Sr), Proj:
2013 5-10 205 4.56
44
PoVey, Skye
FS,(rSr), Proj:
2015 5-11 200 4.64
44
Preator, Jordan
CB,(rFr), Proj:
2018 6-0 180
44
Mathews, Ryker
OT,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-6 309 5.18
45
Alletto, Terrance
C,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-3 292 5.08
46
Wesley, DeOndre
OT,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-7 330 5.43
47
Hadley, Spencer
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2014 6-1 228 4.71
48
Oswald, David
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-8 330 5.34
49
So'oto, Vic
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-3 263 4.68
50
Brown, Algernon
RB,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-1 219 4.67
51
Leavitt, Dallin
FS,(So), Proj:
2017 5-11 198
53
Fowler, Kellen
FS,(rSr), Proj:
2009 5-11 187
54
Rowley, Graham
DE,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-4 257 4.90
56
Nixon, David
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2009 6-3 225 4.64
60
Jacobson, McKay
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2012 5-10 188 4.50
60
Stout, Zac
ILB,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-1 218 4.84
60
Yeck, Michael
OT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-8 292 5.83
63
Owens, Joey
OLB,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-3 220 4.77
64
Mathews, Mitch
WR,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-5 206 4.63
65
Wilson, Richard
TE,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-3 250 4.83
66
Putnam, Matt
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-6 293 4.99
67
Alisa, Michael
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-1 220 4.64
69
Stringham, Brock
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-6 290 5.29
71
Apo, Ross
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-3 207 4.67
75
Pendleton, Jordan
OLB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 6-2 235 4.78
77
Kearsley, Brayden
OG,(So), Proj:
2017 6-4 295
78
Di Luigi, J.J.
RB,(rSr), Proj:
2012 5-08 190 4.67
78
Hadley, Preston
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2013 5-11 204 4.57
78
Hine, Adam
RB,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-1 202
78
Fuga, Romney
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-1 318 5.20
79
Johnson, Jordan
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2015 5-10 185 4.57
83
Reed, Michael
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-1 200 4.60
91
Tafuna, David
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2009 6-1 210 4.65
92
Frazier, Jameson
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2012 6-1 230 4.80
93
Bradley, Brandon
CB,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-0 193 4.68
98
Taele, Logan
DE,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-2 251
101
Everett, DeQuan
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2013 6-2 212 4.61
104
Uale, Travis
SS,(Sr), Proj:
2012 6-2 208 4.68
104
Doman, Shawn
OLB,(Sr), Proj:
2010 6-2 224 4.76
106
Leslie, Jordan
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-2 210 4.59
108
Speredon, Jason
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-5 304 5.32
112
Hola, Tevita
DT,(Sr), Proj:
2010 6-1 335 5.38
113
Mendenhall, Zeke
SS,(rSr), Proj:
2011 5-10 200 4.70
120
Falslev, JD
WR,(Sr), Proj:
2014 5-07 178 4.60
133
Eason, Corby
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2012 5-07 183 4.45
143
Vaitai, Manaaki
OG,(rSr), Proj:
2014 6-3 336 5.82
152
Ashworth, Luke
WR,(rSr), Proj:
2011 6-1 198 4.60
154
Logan, Brian
CB,(Sr), Proj:
2011 5-06 177 4.55
999
Shelton, Michael
CB,(Fr), Proj:
2018 5-08 170 4.52
999
Badger, Chris
SS,(rSo), Proj:
2016 6-0 197 4.64
999
Wadsworth, Michael
SS,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-1 205
999
Thompson, Brett
TE,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-3 220
999
Unga, Harvey
RB,(rSr), Proj:
2010 6-0 244 4.64
999
Kautai, Teu
ILB,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-1 220
999
Tuiloma, Travis
DT,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-2 282
999
Santiago, CJ
P,(Sr), Proj:
2009 6-2 215
999
Ho Ching, Toloai
OLB,(rFr), Proj:
2018 6-1 230 4.73
999
Tautu, Sae
OLB,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-3 245 4.90
999
Johnson, Kyle
OG,(So), Proj:
2017 6-4 295
999
Blackmon, Devon
WR,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-1 187 4.48
999
King, Theodore
DE,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-2 252 4.87
999
Leuta-Douyere, Jherremya
ILB,(Jr), Proj:
2016 6-0 236
999
Fusi, Edward
C,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-0 317
999
Utu, Kalolo
DT,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-1 300
999
Lee, Sam
CB,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-0 186 4.56
999
Bills, Kevan
ILB,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-3 245
999
Heder, Austin
ILB,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-1 241
999
Davis, Michael
WR,(So), Proj:
2017 6-2 180
999
Dawe, Parker
C,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-3 284
999
Carter, Josh
DE,(rSr), Proj:
2015 6-5 293
999
Houk, Terenn
TE,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-4 213
999
Henderson, Kurt
WR,(rJr), Proj:
2016 6-1 180
999
Nacua, Kai
SS,(So), Proj:
2017 6-1 205 4.72
999
Laulile, Tomasi
DE,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-3 270
999
Trammell, Trent
CB,(rJr), Proj:
2016 5-11 185 4.58
999
Black, Jordan
OG,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-5 350
999
Stewart, Christian
QB,(Sr), Proj:
2015 6-2 201
999
Sampson, Bryan
TE,(rSo), Proj:
2017 6-4 210

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