Earned letterman honors as a senior ... Phil Steele All-Independent Second Team, FBS All-Independent Honorable Mention ... part of BYU rushing defense that was ranked 19th nationally allowing 112.08 yards per game and No. 14 total defense (312.9 total yards allowed per game) ... played in all 13 games and started 10 ... recorded 26 tackles, including six for a loss, three quarterback hurries and two pass breakups ... had at least 0.5 tackles for loss in the first five games of the season ... had six tackles and one for a loss vs. UCF while breaking up one pass ... totaled five tackles and 1.5 for a loss with one quarterback hurry and one pass breakup vs. Utah State.
Transfer from USC.
Attended USC in 2009 and 2010.
Prepped at Santa Ana High ... 2003 All-CIF Division IX first team as a senior.
2009: Took a medical redshirt after suffering a broken left ankle..
2010: Suffered a season-ending injury in the fourth game of the season.
Parents are Layinia and Taulanga ... born in Orange County, California ... majoring in sociology ... served in the Philippines Manila Mission for the LDS Church ... married to wife Rebekah.
- Ten former Cougars worked out and showcased their skills for NFL scouts at BYU's annual Pro Day on Thursday afternoon. Offensive linemen Matt Reynolds and Terence Brown, defensive linemen Hebron Fangupo and Matt Putnam, defensive backs Corby Eason and Travis Uale, linebackers Jordan Pendleton and Jameson Frazier, wide receiver McKay Jacobson and running back JJ Di Luigi lifted, jumped, ran and went through multiple drills for over 15 NFL scouts. Friends, family and former teammates looked on as the 10 former Cougar standouts, along with other selected athletes participating, went to the weight room to be measured and tested in the vertical jump and the bench press. Following work in the weight room, the athletes moved over to the Indoor Practice Facility to run the 40-yard dash and participate in various drills. After the 40 times were recorded and shuttle drills completed, players broke up into position groups to catch passes and demonstrate technique at their respective positions. Some of the passes were thrown by former BYU quarterback Max Hall. - BYU football
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