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#99 Luke Kaumatule
Position: Defensive End
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 276
Year: Junior
Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii
High School: Punahou
Major: Science, Tech. and Society
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As a Junior (2014) Game-by-Game Statistics
• Three tackles, first career sack vs. UC Davis
• One tackle vs. Army

As a Sophomore (2013) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Mackey Award watch list
    • Only player on Mackey Award watch list without a single career reception
• 14 games played
     • Transitioned to defensive line prior to UCLA game
• First career catch in season opener against San Jose State
• First career start at Army
• Teamed with Blake Lueders to force second-quarter blocked punt vs. Arizona State
• One catch for five yards against Washington State
• One catch for six yards vs. Washington
• Defensive end debut vs. UCLA
    •  One quarterback hurry
• Two tackles vs. Cal

As a Freshman (2012) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Nine games played at tight end
• Delivered downfield block to help Zach Ertz score game-winning touchdown against USC

The Kaumatule File
• Played football for head coach Kale Ane at Punahou (Hawaii)
     • Attended Island Pacific (2008) and Radford (2009-10) during prep career
     • Two-year varsity letterwinner
• Four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout
• SuperPrep, PrepStar and U.S. Army All-American
• Nation’s 12th-best defensive end by PrepStar, 15th by Rivals
• Led team to division championship as a senior
• Lettered in basketball and volleyball
• Born in Honolulu, Hawaii
• Full name is Luke O’tutulupeatau Saokai Kaumatule
• Son of Soakai Soakai Kaumatule and Patricia Mataele
• Nine siblings: Samuela Manoa, Joseph Tuipolotu, Charlotte Tuipolotu, Albert Tuipolotu (deceased), Canton Kaumatule, Destiny Kaumatule, Noah Kaumatule, Chevonne Hale’ano and Caelan Hale’ano (deceased)
• Uncle, Sione Havea, wrestled in the WWF
• Majoring in science, technology and society (innovation, technology and organizations)

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