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96  Sidney Malauulu
Sidney  Malauulu


Seoul, South Korea

High School:
Buena H.S., Ariz.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 310

Nose tackle




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2015: Appeared in all 12 contests with six starts. He finished the season with 19 total tackles with nine solo stops and 10 assisted tackles. He also added a half a tackle for loss for one yard. He recorded a career-high four tackles at Utah State. He recorded three tackles at Boise State, at San Diego State and in the season finale against UNLV.

2014: Redshirted.

High School: Malauulu played his senior year of high school football at Buena High School in Sierra Vista, Ariz. Malauulu and his family were living in Korea prior to the winter of 2012 as his father was stationed there. They moved to Arizona the winter prior to Malauulu's senior year of high school. As a senior, Malauulu recorded 49 tackles (27 solo tackles and 22 assists) as a defensive tackle. He added nine tackles for loss and two sacks. Despite playing only one season of high school football in Arizona, Malauulu was selected All-Southern Arizona by the Buena High posted a 6-5 record and advanced to the first round of the 2013 Arizona Division II state playoffs, before losing in the first round. Malauulu played for head coach Ryan Scherling at Buena High School. He was originally recruited by new Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl and his staff when they were still at North Dakota State.

Personal: Born on July 30, 1996, he is the son of Rodney and Christina. He has six sisters. He had three uncles who played football at Utah and another cousin who played at California. He is undecided on a major at UW.


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