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Isaac Seumalo OG 6' 3 305 lbs.

Round Drafted: 
Oregon State Beavers

Isaac Seumalo (pronounced Say-u-mah-low) is a legitimate postseason honors candidate after earning all-conference consideration each of his first two seasons … has started all 25 games in which he has played … missed Spring Ball following foot surgery, an injury suffered in the Hawai’i Bowl ... Rimington Award candidate, for the top center in the country … also has experience at tackle and was thought of as one of the top prospects in the nation at guard out of high school … likely could play any position on the offensive line … named as one of four team captains for the 2014 season – he along with his brother, Andrew, who was a captain in 2012, form the first brother combination chosen as team captains in school history. 2013: Isaac started 12 games, 10 at center and two at right tackle … missed the season opener against Eastern Washington due to a knee injury … suffered a foot injury in the Hawai’i Bowl … earned Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team … named to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team … garnered Capital One Academic All-District Team … named to the initial watch lists for the Rimington Award and Outland Award, given to the top interior lineman in the nation … missed parts of spring practice with an injured elbow. 2012: Isaac was thrust into the starting center role from the first day of fall camp … the first freshman to start at center for OSU since Roger Levasa in 1978 … one of only two true freshmen to start their season-openers at center in the nation (Hawai’i) … named to the 2012 Phil Steele, and Freshman All-America Teams … named as the No. 6 Top Freshman by Athlon Sports … earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention … one of five true freshmen to play for the Beavers.