Ulualo Tuulauulu is a Native samoan that was born in Pittsburg California where he went to high school at Pittsburg High. after High School Tuulauulu went to College at Los Mendanos College in California. after 1 years of College Tuulauulu went on to Play for Golden State Giants in Fan Francison and then went on to play for the Anchorage cowboys in The Alaska Football League
The Cobras build another strong defensive back field with Raynard Pamilton at Defensive back. He will be more then likely playing along side All-PDFL veteran CB Mory Kieta. “I think he will fit in our system of being a strong defense and also a hard hitting one” ~ K. Ellis Pamilton has great cover skills, closing skills, open field tackling skills, and most of all speed. Raynard Pamilton played at Western Illinois University and comes with a lot of experience. SENIOR (2011): Played in all 11 games and started against Youngstown State and North Dakota State… nine of his 14 total tackles were solo stops… finished with three solo tackles in the season-opener at Sam Houston State… broke up a pass on fourth down during the fourth quarter in the win over Jacksonville
Wide receiver Sam Thomas has just signed with the Utah Argos for the 2013 season, making Thomas a welcome and valuable addition to an already powerful team.
An Orem native, Thomas played for Timpanogos High School and received acclaim for his standout performance as a receiver at Snow College. Now his NFL aspirations continue as the newest member of Utah’s PDFL team.
Never giving up on the dream of professional sports, Thomas has always been one to meet challenges head-on. His determination and abilities made him an ideal candidate for the Argos. Now, the 6’0″ 190lb wide receiver has the opportunity to show Utah fans he still has the magic that made him a standout at Snow.
When Knights head coach Shawn Wood saw Kelvin Sessoms work out earlier this month he had to see his blocking skills first hand. Wood, played fullback in college, grabbed a blocking dummy and instructed Sessoms to block him. When he exploded through the bag and knocked Wood back a few steps, coach Wood knew he found his fullback.
The Carolina Knights signed Kelvin Sessom for the 2013 season. Kelvin is from Nashville, NC where he played at Northern Nash High School. He earned a scholarship and played at Winston Salem State University.
Finding a true center is never easy. But having one makes life easier for everyone around him. They must not only possess the skills to execute their assignments but also should have the intelligence to lead, orchestrate and make adjustments on the fly.
“I’ve had a couple really good centers and some that were not very good at all,” Boltz coach Aaron Fentress said. “The difference a good one can make along the entire line is tremendous. We expect Dalton to have that type of impact.”
Jasso, who just concluded playing four years at Portland State, has committed to join the Boltz. He will help the team continue its trend of signing former college linemen to help power the running game and protect quarterback Russell Schneider.
“We want to have the premiere offensive line in the PDFL and that starts with having a strong presence in the middle,”Boltz offensive line coach Josh Tschirgi said. “I’m happy to have Dalton, who is fresh out of a strong college program, bring his valuable experience to our squad.”
There are times when an opposing player stands out. Sometimes it’s a big play. Sometimes it’s a burst of speed. And sometimes, it’s by simply standing there looking menacing.
“That’s how I first noticed Ruben Jones,” Portland Boltz coach Aaron Fentress said. “He was on another team playing defensive line and looked like he might eat one of our running backs.”
That encounter took place in 2011 when Jones played for the Portland Raiders against the Fentress coached Portland Monarchs. Jones was on the other side of a 66-15 beat down.
“Ruben did all he could,” Fentress said. “He was clearly one of the more dominant players on the field.”
Once again the Utah Argos front office has found top level talent right here in the Great State of Utah and shown the rest of the PDFL what Utah colleges have to offer the fans for the 2013 season. The Argos are pleased to announce the signing of Defensive End, Nai Fotu formerly of the University of Utah. With the ferocity of a lion and the football intelligence of a well-seasoned coach, fans are sure to see great things from Fotu on the field.
“As soon as I saw him warming up I knew this is exactly the type of talent we are looking for to play for us this season,” stated Argos Head Coach Fayed.
The Seattle-Tacoma Cobras are building another die-hard team for the 2013 season. One of the latest is 22-year-old Jauhem Byrd, Wide Receiver. Originally, from Minneapolis, MN he played for the Wayzata High School as a Wide Receiver and Running Back. Because of his fast and agile nature, he was skilled at eluding tacklers and many saw him as a Scatback. In 2007, and he was the team MVP, and helped to lead them to win a conference. In 2008, he played Wide Receiver for the Rochester Community & Technical College, where he led the 2008 Southern Division Tri-Champs in Kick Returns.
The Palm Beach Crush Sign Joshua Newkirk From Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University)FAMU. A 6-Foot-2 230 Defensive End/OLB
Sometimes desperation can lead to a great find.
That’s how Austin James ultimately came to the Portland Boltz.
Boltz coach Aaron Fentress last year thought he had his offensive line set with the Portland Monarchs until promising left tackle prospect Dryden Long, out of Idaho, became unavailable just prior to the start of the season.
“Sometimes life gets in the way,” Fentress said. “Dryden’s work schedule made him unavailable and sent us scrambling a bit to fill a huge void.”
It just so happened that James, who attended the same high school as Long and was two years removed from having his career at Linfield College cut short by injuries, had time on his hands, the desire to play but no team to play for.
That changed when Fentress reached out with an email.