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Sete Aulai Athlete Profile

#67 Sete Aulai

Sete Aulai
Position: Offensive Line Height: 6-1 Weight: 297 Roster Years: 2005-2007 Hometown: Carson, CA Last School: El Camino Junior College


  • Parents are Letasi and Lea Leni
  • Recruited by USC, UCLA, Oregon, Washington State, Wisconsin, Arizona State and Colorado State
  • One of seven children

Before BYU

  • JC Athletic Bureau first-team All-American
  • JC Athletic Bureau Region IV first-team All-California
  • Pre-season All-American entering his sophomore season
  • Earned first-team All-Mission Conference honors
  • Received El Camino's "Helmet Award", given annually to the top offensive lineman
  • Helped lead El Camino to a 6-2 record on the season
  • Part of an offensive unit that ranked second in total offense in the Mission Conference, averaging 402.8 yards per game
  • Anchored an offensive line that helped rack up 261.9 yards passing per game and 140.9 yards rushing per game
  • Played in all 11 games as a freshman at El Camino JC, earning all-conference honorable mention honors
  • Two-year starter at Carson High School
  • Earned all-region, all-area and first-team all-league honors as a senior
  • Earned scholar-athlete honors
  • Named to the National Honor Roll

2005 | Redshirt Year

Redshirted after transferring from El Camino JC.

2006 | Junior Year

  • 2006 second-team All-Mountain West Conference selection
  • Allowed just one sack on the season during the regular season
  • Did not allow a sack against MWC opponents
  • Credited with 108 knock-downs during the regular season
  • Anchored an offensive line that helped produce an average 465.5 yards of total offense per game (4th in the nation)
  • Provided protection for a passing offense that averaged 323.54 yards per game (4th in the nation)
  • Provided protection for a passing offense that produced an efficiency rating of 167.08 on the season (2nd in the nation)
  • Helped lead the Cougars to a league-best 277 first downs during the season
  • Vital part of an offensive line that helped BYU to a 56.6 regular-season third-down conversion percentage (3rd in the nation)
  • Started all 13 games at center for the Cougars
  • Part of an offensive line that allowed just 9 sacks against conference opponents
  • Part of an offensive line that helped the Cougars to an average 36.7 points per game (5th in the nation)

2007 | Senior Year

  • Named Blue Ribbon Yearbook Preseason First-Team All-Mountain West Conference