His 30 profession sacks from 2006-09 nonetheless rank second on the Huskies’ all-time record.
Seattle Occasions workers reporter
Former Washington defensive finish Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, who graduated from this system in 2009 because the Huskies’ all-time sack chief, has died at age 30, based on a report from KITV-ABC in Honolulu.
Particulars of his dying will not be instantly identified.
Te’o-Nesheim, born in American Samoa, attended Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Kamuela, Hawaii, and returned this yr as the college’s head coach.
Teammates voted Te’o-Nesheim the Huskies’ defensive MVP throughout his sophomore season in 2007, when he led the crew in tackles for loss (15.zero) and sacks (eight.5). He was a crew captain throughout his last two seasons in 2008-09 and was twice introduced UW’s L. Wait Rising Lineman of the Yr award.
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His 30 profession sacks from 2006-09 nonetheless rank second on the Huskies’ all-time record, behind Hau’oli Kikaha (36).
Te’o-Nesheim was a third-round decide of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2010 and performed 4 seasons within the NFL, the ultimate three with Tampa Bay. He had his greatest season in 2012, beginning 14 video games and posting four.zero sacks.