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J.T. Mapu

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 295 | College: Tennessee
 
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2007 Season

Games/Starts: 13/4 … Appearance in SEC Championship contest against LSU was 50th career game played … Starts this season against Georgia, Mississippi State, Louisiana-Lafayette and Vanderbilt … Recorded at least one tackle in every game this season … Multiple tackles against Southern Miss (2), Georgia (3), South Carolina (2), Vanderbilt (5) and LSU (2) … Senior Day effort against Vanderbilt was best tackle total since career-high nine at Alabama in 2003, before he spent two years on church mission … Forced and recovered fumble against Arkansas State … Turned in third career sack in Georgia game … Added shared tackle for loss against Vanderbilt.

2006 Season

Games/Starts: 13/0 … Arrived in Knoxville for the beginning of preseason practice after serving two-year church mission in Texas and Louisiana … Recorded one tackle against Air Force and Florida … Had a season-high two tackles against Alabama … Assisted on TFL at South Carolina … Had one tackle against LSU … Recorded one tackle at Arkansas.

2005 Season

Returned in fall 2006 from two-year church mission in Houston … Started final 11 games of 2003 at defensive tackle after moving over from end position … Made first career start at Florida … Recorded three tackles against South Carolina … Four stops and one TFL at Auburn … Played like veteran against Alabama, recording nine tackles that included two TFLs and one sack for loss of 7 yards … Played exceptionally well during overtime periods vs. Tide … Suffered hyperextended elbow during Duke game, but surprisingly returned to start Miami contest one week later … Against Hurricanes, recovered fumble and returned it 7 yards … Forced quarterback fumble versus Mississippi State … Dedicated entire season to his older brother, Daniel, who was seriously injured Aug. 25, 2003, when struck by vehicle during anti-drug demonstration in Hawaii.

2002 - 12 GP; 0 GS; 9 TT; Games/Started: 12/0 … Impact player at defensive end as he saw action in all 12 regular season games … Finished the season with nine tackles … Recorded three tackles against both Arkansas and South Carolina.

2003 Season

Started final 11 games of 2003 at defensive tackle after moving over from end position … Made first career start at Florida … Recorded three tackles against South Carolina … Four stops and one TFL at Auburn … Played like veteran against Alabama, recording nine tackles that included two TFLs and one sack for loss of 7 yards … Played exceptionally well during overtime periods vs. Tide … Suffered hyperextended elbow during Duke game, but surprisingly returned to start Miami contest one week later … Against Hurricanes, recovered fumble and returned it 7 yards … Forced quarterback fumble versus Mississippi State … Dedicated entire season to his older brother, Daniel, who was seriously injured Aug. 25, 2003, when struck by vehicle during anti-drug demonstration in Hawaii.

High School

Received first-team All-America honors from Parade Magazine, PrepStar, SuperPrep, Borderwars.com and Max Emfinger … Was named second-team All-America by Student Sports … Ranked as the No. 3 defensive end and No. 33 overall prospect by Rivals.com … Rated as the No. 12 defensive tackle prospect nationally by Borderwars.com … Listed on The Sporting News Hot 101 … Member of the PrepStar Dream Team and listed as the No. 4 defensive lineman in the West Region … SuperPrep ranked him as the No. 30 prospect in the Far West and No. 2 in Hawaii … A two-time All-State selection … Helped lead Kahuku to back to back state titles as a junior and senior … Named Hawaii's Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … Also stared for the basketball team at Kahuku … COACH AT KAHUKU High School - Siuaki Liavi.

 
 

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