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2015 NFL DRAFT
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Mark Losli

Height: 6-6 | Weight: 295 | College: Minnesota
 
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Overview

Blue collar player who excels in several areas ? a great technician who is very knowledgeable ? moves well for his size and is recognized as one of the team?s premier run-stoppers ? will team with Anthony Montgomery to form one of the top interior lines in the Big Ten ? a great student as well as athlete, Losli is the face of the Minnesota football program.Career Notes: Has 100 tackles (66 solo), 22 tackles-for-loss, 14 sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries for his career ? has started 33 of 38 career games.

2004 Season

Moved from defensive end to tackle prior to the season ? appeared in all 12 games with 10 starts ? had 30 tackles, including 19 solo stops ? also had 4.5 tackles-for-loss, three sacks and one fumble recovery ? Game-by-Game: had two tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and one sack in win vs. Illinois State (9/11) ? registered four tackles in win vs. Northwestern (9/25) ? had one tackle-for-loss vs. Penn State (10/2) ? collected three tackles at Michigan (10/9) ? tallied a season-high seven tackles at Michigan State (10/16) ? had one tackle and his fourth career fumble recovery in win vs. Illinois (10/23) ? collected two solo tackles and one sack at Indiana (10/30) ? totaled three tackles at Wisconsin (11/6) ? had a sack and tackle-for loss to go with seven tackles against Alabama (12/31) in the Music City Bowl ? Academic All-Big Ten selection ? scholar-athlete award winner ? participated in 683 plays ? earned third letter.

2003 Season

Concluded season with streak of 23 straight starts, including all 13 this season ? had 33 tackles on the season along with 10.5 tackles for loss and five sacks ? also has five pass break-ups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ? Game-by-Game: had three tackles and a sack in the season opener vs. Tulsa (8/30) ? credited with a solo tackle, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup against Troy State (9/6) ? had three tackles and a six-yard sack against Louisiana-Lafayette (9/20) ? had a career-high eight tackles, 1.5 tackles-for-loss and a sack at Northwestern (10/4) ? made three stops vs. Michigan (10/10) ? had two solo tackles, a tackle-for-loss and a forced fumble vs. Michigan State (10/18) ? had two solo tackles, two tackles-for-loss, a sack and a pass breakup vs. Indiana (11/1) ? recorded two solo stops, a tackle-for-loss and a pass breakup vs. Wisconsin (11/8) ? registered a sack and tackle-for-loss against Oregon in the Sun Bowl (12/31) ? Academic All-Big Ten selection ? participated in 726 plays ? earned second letter.

2002 Season

Redshirt freshman defensive end who earned his way into the starting lineup in the fourth game of the season, a position he hasn?t relinquished ? played in all 13 games, starting the final 10 ? used his good size and speed to finish second on the team in sacks with six in 2002 ? tallied 37 tackles, including 24 solo, on the season ? had seven tackles for a loss of 21 yards ? tied for the team lead in fumble recoveries with two and tied for third in fumbles forced with two ? tallied two pass breakups during the season ? Game-by-Game: recorded three tackles, two solo, in his first collegiate game against Southwest Texas State (8/31) ? notched his first sack at Louisiana-Lafayette (9/7) ? had a season-best two tackles-for-loss for nine yards against Buffalo (9/28) ? recovered a fumble in the win over Illinois (10/3) ? tallied a season-high five solo stops versus Michigan (11/9) ? forced a fumble in the loss to the Wolverines ? had a career day at Wisconsin (11/23) with seven tackles ? had two sacks and three tackles against Arkansas in Music City Bowl (12/30) ? scholar-athlete award winner ? saw action on 652 plays ? earned his first letter.

2001 Season

Redshirted ? scholar-athlete award winner.

High School

Graduate of Spring Lake Park High School (Minn.) ? high school coach was Jeff Schlieff ? outstanding student-athlete who was a PrepStar All-Midwest selection on the defensive line ? SuperPrep All-Midwest selection ? played end on both sides of the ball ? named the most valuable defensive lineman in his conference ? tallied 87 tackles with three sacks on defense ? caught 24 passes for 402 yards and three TDs as a senior ? all-state selection as a senior ? two-time all-conference and all-area selection ? a standout player on the hard court as well, earning all-conference and team MVP honors as a junior center ? averaged 16 points and 18 rebounds as a junior ? an academic all-state and all-conference selection ? four-year academic letterwinner ? National Honor Society member ? graduated in the top five percent of his class.

Personal

Double major in finance and management information systems ? son of Lila and Paul Losli ? born February 17, 1983.

 
 

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