Mosi Tatupu Award

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College Football All-America TeamMosi Tatupu Award
Awarded for the College Football Special Teams Player of the Year
Location Maui, Hawaii
Country United States
Presented by Maui Quarterback Club and the Hula Bowl
First awarded 1997
Last awarded 2006

The Mosi Tatupu Award was given annually to the College Football Special Teams Player of the Year by the Maui Quarterback Club and the Hula Bowl, from 1997 to 2006.[1]

Mosi Tatupu played football for the Punahou School,[2] the University of Southern California and the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He held many Hawaii high school state rushing records and played for the Patriots from 1978 to 1990. His son Lofa Tatupu was a three-time Pro Bowl linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks.

Winners[edit]

Year Player School
1997 Brock Olivo Missouri
1998 Chris McAlister Arizona
1999 Deltha O'Neal California
2000 J. T. Thatcher Oklahoma
2001 Kahlil Hill Iowa
2002 Glenn Pakulak Kentucky
2003 Wes Welker Texas Tech
2004 Chad Owens Hawaii
2005 Ryan Hoffman Illinois State
2006 A.J. Trapasso Ohio State

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