BRENNAN CARVALHO: All-American offensive lineman was chosen to the team for the second year in a row. Carvalho, a two-time All-Big Sky Conference choice, and consensus 2006 All-American, has earned honors as a left guard. The 6-1, 310-pound native of Kapa’a,
BRYANT ETEUATI: (5-7, 180 Jr.) was named the Big Sky’s TOP RETURN SPECIALIST (First Team) despite missing the last three games of the season with an injury. He had 19 kickoff returns for an average of 27.9 yards per return and had a 100-yarder for a touchdown at home vs. league champion
EPIKOPO KING: Enters the fall as a projected starter, either at extra safety or at one of the linebacker spots. (2006) Earned second team All-Big Sky honors last fall… registered 63 tackles, tied for fifth on the team, with 6.5 for a loss and three sacks… broke up one pass… had 11 tackles, 1.5 for a loss, and a half-sack against NAU… blocked a kick in the Grizzly game… registered 2.5 sacks against Weber State.
CYRUS MULITALO: (Pictured above #42) was the Big Sky’s leading tackler in 2006. The middle linebacker recorded 120 stops during the year while starting all 11 games. That performance led him to second team all-league honors after the season. Mulitalo was also named all-West Region and honorable mention All-America by Football Gazette. The San Lorenzo,