Among the honorable mention All-Pac-12 picks, Mauro had 10.5 tackles for a loss, 4.0 sacks and six quarterback hurries during the regular season.
Fifth on team with 6.0 sacks... 19 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss... Solo five-yard sack vs. USC... Fumble recovery to end second-quarter USC drive... 1.5 sacks (-10 yards) vs. Washington State... Solo sack at UCLA ... Solo sack at Colorado... Fumble recovery to set up game-winning touchdown drive vs. Oregon State.
Played in all 13 games as reserve defensive end... Four tackles (two solo)... One sack at Washington State ... One sack vs. Notre Dame.
Saw action in nine games as a reserve defensive lineman... Seven tackles (five solo)... Two tackles against Sacramento State ... Five tackles against Wake Forest.
Did not see action.
Graduated from L.D. Bell (Texas) and played for head coach Gary Olivo... Nation's 31st-best weakside defensive end by Rivals... Played defensive end, linebacker and quarterback during career... 80 tackles (12 for loss), 12 sacks, five forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one blocked kick as a senior... Seven catches for 155 yards and one touchdown as a tight end... District 5-5A first team ... Dallas Morning News first team all-area ... Associated Press all-state ... Fort Worth Star-Telegram Super Team second team all-area... Texas Writers' Association all-state second team... Lettered in basketball.
Born in St. Albans, England... Full name is Joshua Daniel Mauro... Son of Greg Mauro and Joy Christian... Brother, Joe, played quarterback at Northwestern... Stepbrother, Nathan, played football at Harding... Stepbrother, Darrick, played football at Blinn, Florida A&M and Harding... Hobbies include basketball, movies, reading and boating... Majoring in science, technology and society (management science and engineering).
04/15/2014 - Five players who should be on the Seattle Seahawks' draft radar: DE Josh Mauro, Stanford: By re-signing Tony McDaniel, the Seahawks may have their replacement for Bryant at the five-technique position already on the roster. McDaniel has the size and strength to handle the double-teams that come with this role but the Seahawks may be looking for reinforcements, as well as the grit and toughness Bryant demonstrated in Seattle. At 6-foot-6, 280 pounds, Mauro isn't quite as big as McDaniel or Bryant but he's strong, tough and versatile after lining up virtually all over Stanford's three-man front. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
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