Zach Tuiasosopo
FB | (6'1", 249, 5.04) | Washington

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Overall: Brother of Marques Tuiasosopo, a former Huskie quarterback and current backup quarterback for the Raiders, Zach began his college career at outside linebacker but moved to fullback in 2002. He started five games that season and has been the Huskies' starting fullback since. He averaged three yards per carry on 29 attempts and also had 11 receptions for 132 yards as a junior in 2003. Zach was off to another strong start as a senior in 2004 until he broke a bone in his right leg, which ended his season. Tuiasosopo applied for a medical redshirt year but was not cleared by the NCAA. Tuiasosopo is one of the more naturally gifted fullbacks in this year's class but he is inconsistent, plays out of control and needs a lot of polishing. Durability and character issues also will also cause him to slip. Tuiasosopo has enough upside to take a ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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