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Monday, November 28, 2011

2011 Seattle Star Times football defensive team

Uso Olive
Federal Way
DL, 6-1, 317, Sr.
Olive is an usual blend of power (he bench presses 445 pounds and squats 605) and speed (5.0 seconds in the 40-yard dash). He had 12 tackles for loss as the Eagles went 9-0 during the regular season. Named to the All-SPSL 4A South first team on offense and defense and was Defensive Lineman of the Year. Committed to Portland State.

Jordan Pulu
Federal Way
LB, 6-2, 240, Sr.
The rock of a defense that allowed just 64.2 yards rushing per game (2.5 per play) in the regular season, the WSU-bound Pulu was Linebacker of the Year in the SPSL 4A South. He made a team-high 61 tackles in the regular season and helped lead the Eagles to the state playoffs for only the second time since 1976.

Jason Thompson
Kennedy Catholic
DB, 6-3, 195, Sr.
Thompson, a four-year veteran at quarterback and three-year starter on defense, was the leader for the Seamount League champion Lancers. The two-way, first-team all-league choice and Defensive Back of the Year made an early commitment to play defense for Washington.

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