Ed "Pi Double I" Henderson
Player Bio: Boss Tagaloa a Polynesian player who prepped at the legendary De La Salle High School in Concord, CA. Tagaloa became the first freshman in the history of the De La Salle football program to become a starter. He would win three State Titles for the Spartans with back-to-back titles in his junior and senior years. He started both ways on the defensive and offensive line while at De La Salle and in his senior year, he recorded 65 tackles with eight sacks. He was named the Nor-Cal Defensive Player of the Year and earned himself a scholarship to UCLA. He played on the defensive line and special teams his first two seasons before being converted in mid-season to play center. The Bruins running game was not productive until the switch, as it help produce back-to-back 1,000-yard rushing for Joshua Kelly, Bruins running back.
SCHOOL: UCLA | CONFERENCE: PAC-12
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6-1 / 312 ARMS: 32 1/2" HANDS: 10” PROJECTED 40-TIME: 5.20
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