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#55 Tui Talia
Position: Defensive Lineman
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 285
Year: Junior
Hometown: Concord, Calif.
High School: Ygnacio Valley HS
Other College: Diablo Valley College
Experience: Junior College
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Season Stats Career Stats

 2014 – Began attending classes at Oregon for the start of the spring term in order to take part in spring practice . . . Recruited with the intent that he could immediately make an impact along the interior defensive front . . . Recorded five tackles (4 unassisted), including one tackle-for-loss, and broke up one pass in the 2014 Spring Game.

BEFORE OREGON -- The first-team junior college All-American was named the Region II All-California Community College Defensive Player of the Year following his sophomore season . . . Ranked as the No. 1 junior college defensive end by as well as one of the top 15 JC players in the country by the news service as well as . . . Finished as the Vikings’ third-leading tackler (30) as well as led the California Community College Athletic Association in quarterback sacks (13) . . . Included among his single-game highlights were nine tackles (3 solo) against Santa Rosa as well as 13 stops (career-high 10 unassisted) vs. College of the Siskiyous . . . The 2012 all-Mid-Empire League selection was credited with 48 tackles (21 solo), 16 tackles-for-loss and six quarterback sacks as a JC freshman . . . Characterized as a disciplined, yet aggressive, standout who was a disruptive force along the line of scrimmage as either a down lineman or from a stand-up stance . . . Played predominantly as a linebacker at Ygnacio Valley HS, where he recorded 55 tackles (40 unassisted), two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble for the Warriors as a prep senior . . . Included was a season-high 12 tackles vs. Concord.

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