NFL 2005 Draft: Pick Number forty five 45 - Lofa Tatupu, Seattle Seahawks
Lofa Tatupu was the number forty five 45 pick of the 2005 NFL Draft. Lofa Tatupu went to the Seattle Seahawks as a linebacker. Round one 2 pick 13. Forty fifth pick.
Lofa Tatupu went to University of Southern California.
This is what the University of Southern California said about him:
In 2004, Tatupu garnered numerous honors. He was an All-America first-team choice by Sports Illustrated, All-Pac-10 Conference first-team pick, and recipient of USC's co-Most Inspirational Player Award, Co-Lifter Award and Bob Chandler Award. He started every game in the middle and again led the team with 104 tackles (57 solos), including six sacks, 13½ stops for losses, two fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles, three interceptions and eight pass deflections.
This is a photograph of Lofa Tatupu in action:
Photo Credit: AP
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How tall is Lofa Tatupu: 5 feet 11 inches
How much does Lofa Tatupu weigh: 226 pounds
What is Lofa Tatupu's hometown: Wretham, MA
What high school did Lofa Tatupu go to: King Philip Regional High School
What is Lofa Tatupu's birthdate: November 15, 1982 - 11/15/82
Comments: Solid pick for the Seahawks who are filling a need with the St. Louis Rams in their division.